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Scott Ian plays a Randall Signature amp, the Scott Ian Nullifier. “That's a Randall signature amp that I built together with them and Dave Freedman out in LA…” Ian says at (12:43). “It's basically their modular series, which, strangely enough, they discontinued. They don't even do it anymore. So, you can't even get this anymore. But those are the modules that pop out of each channel. So basically design three modules, three channel amp. Channel one being my clean channel. I called it Malcolm because it's basically an ACDC tonish. I can get super super clean but I would use channel one if I was going for a more straight up rock sound. Channel 2 I call 1987, because basically they modeled that one off of my '80s JCM800s and my tone that I was running back then. Which you can get certainly a great heavy rock tone all the way up into metal if you're running a boost with it. And then channel three I call the Nuts because that's more of a modern gain channel and it's got all the gain you'll ever need. Sometimes I'll kick over to that. I'll kick over to that sometimes just for feedback or something. If I need a little more gain at the end of something.”more
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