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George Lynch returns to Randall Amplifiers after 20 years to sign another endorsement deal. George is working directly with Doug Reynolds, Division Manager, Bruce Egnater, Head of Engineering, and David Karon, Director of Artist Relations to develop a new series of Lynch Signature preamp modules that are used specifically in the Randall MTS Series line of products including heads, combos, and preamp. To date, four new Lynch MTS modules are being finalized each representing his current tone, while also reflecting each era of the Lynch signature sound. Release date for the new preamps will be the upcoming Summer NAMM show in Indianapolis with production and availability soon to follow.
George will be touring this summer using the new preamps loaded in the RM100M, until a Lynch version of RM100 is released later this year offering new features and slightly different specifications. Future collaborated Randall products will be announced at a later date. With a career that dates back 30 years, George Lynch maintains his legacy through new recordings and tours that inspire fans worldwide. George's prominent rise to stardom began in the early 1980's when he joined the band Dokken. Dokken had 5 consecutive successful albums between 1983 and 1988, and a Grammy nomination in 1989 for Best Rock Instrumental. George Lynch began to be known as the most influential rock guitarists in modern music. Throughout the next 10 years, George worked on and off with Dokken, while forming a band called Lynch Mob. Today, George is still successfully touring and producing albums, both solo and with Lynch Mob.
Lynch began his relationship with Randall Amplifiers using 4 RG80 heads and cabinets loaded with 65-watt Celestion's in 1984 for Dokken's first US tour.
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