Randall Amplification was founded former Fender vice president and general manager Don Randall, who founded Randall amplifiers in 1970. Randall was known throughout the 1980’s for their robust solid state amplifiers, endorsed by guitarists such as George Lynch and Vivian Campbell as well as Def Leppard guitarists Phil Collen and Steve Clark. Panthera guitarist Dimebag Darrell was also an endorser and proponent of Randall’s solid state design.
Currently, the company focuses primarily on tube amplification, with guitarists such as Kirk Hammett, Nuno Bettencourt, and Scott Ian amongst Randall devotees. In addition to their wide range of signature amplifiers, Randall has worked in conjunction with noted amp-design guru Bruce Egnater to bring Egnater-designed modular tube amplifiers to the Randall line.