NAMM 2009: Randall Amplifiers Reveals Nuno Bettencourt Signature head and cab

January 20, 2009 by  

NAMM 2009 Randall Amp Nuno Bettencourt Signature head

Hear y’all, hear y’all, Randall Amplifiers announced the all new Nuno Bettencourt Signature head and cabinet at NAMM 2009. With legendary Peter King along with the Nuno himself they collaborated a master piece of art like no other. From the amp’s design and brilliant tone, this amplifier will blow you away.

Nuno Bettencourt’s signature amp is a two-channel-plus-solo-mode design. The amp has a very cool and distinctive look; cross between a retro studio preamp and a modern guitar amp. Powered driven through its four EL34 powertubes, has a go-faster VU meter and is as eccentric as Betttencourt himself.

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The NB King100 has the perfect mixture of classic feel and modern circuitry to create unforgettable tone. With its two channel amp featuring three different kinds of operation, (which you can easily select with the MIDI channel) has a refreshing clean channel and intense drive, and overdrive from modern to vintage rhythm tones, in addition to the aforementioned intimate SOLO mode for harmonized sustained. The back panel includes many goodies: MIDI in/thru, Power tube bias section and series effect loop.

What’s more is the matching NB412 (4×12) cabinet, and of course, is designed perfectly to maximize the NB King 100 sounds. Constructed from solid birch plywood and loaded with Celestion Greenbacks, this cabinet provides a perfect level of character and breakup for the 100 watt NB King 100 head. This is a match made in heaven that produces ecstasy for vintage to modern tube tone.

If you are looking for an all tube rig and want to stand out from the rest, do the right thing and test drive the new NB King 100 & NB412. I know we will!

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