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Randall ISO12C Isolation 1x12 Guitar Cabinet

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The Randall Isolation 1x12 Guitar Cabinet is a revolutionary way for musicians and sound engineers to deliver the true tone of their instruments in a noiseless isolated environment. Randall’s computer aided cabinet design has helped capture a ‘neutral’ guitar sound environment within the Isolation cabinet.

No longer do you need to mic your cabinet and expect the soundman to hear every instrument on stage. Simply run a cable from your amplifier, plug it into the Randall Isolation speaker cabinet and you're ready to go. For recording, Isolation lets you record your amp at the volume you need, reflecting your true tone.

Randall Isolation 1x12 Guitar Cabinet Features
  • Perfect for home recording - track your stage amplifier without the volume
  • Features a Celestion Vintage 30 speaker for a versatile sound
  • Standard Microphone Mount
  • Use in low volume/silent stage situations for the looks and feel of a half stack without sending your guitar into other mics
  • Track in the same room as the drummer in studio situations- stand next to your amp


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Phone:  847-949-0444 Warranty:  2 Years; Speakers, 1 Year; Tubes and Footswitches, 90 Days

Product Specifications

Randall Isolation 1x12 Guitar Cabinet Specifications
  • Speaker: Celestion Vintage 30
  • Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Wattage: 60 watts
  • Output: XLR
  • Input: 1/4 Inch Speaker Input
  • Weight: 62lbs
  • Dimensions: 18 x18 x 31.5 in.

Customer Reviews

Review: Steve Submitted: 7/10/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


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About time somebody got around to it!!
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Great design, highly functional product-fits anywhere. Long overdue!

Review: Tim Smith Submitted: 3/5/2019

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.

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Well worth the money"

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Need to do a little modding, but ended up being perfect for home use.

Review: Christoper Eucare Submitted: 10/26/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Update to Previous Review

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This is an update to my prior review. I already liked the cabinet. Some of the modifications most people would have done are already there. Black egg crate foam is already installed in the lid. The bottom does not have the foam treatment so the sound can be what some have called "boxy" from the reflections at the rear of the speaker. All you need is 5 12X12 egg crate type foam squares. They will fit perfectly on the walls inside the bottom of the cabinet after you remove the speaker. No needs for adhesive. Find the 6 inch mark on one of the panels. Measure 7 inches up and punch out a hole for the speaker wires to go through. Drop the 5th panel on the bottom and put the speaker back on. The reflections have gone away. The signal is more clear and defined. The cabinet sound leakage isn't as pronounced. Get some decent panels. I paid for an 8 pack at Amazon for $31 of the 2 inch variety. Not as dense of Auralex, but does the job. Randall should just ship it that way to begin with.

Review: Christopher Eucare Submitted: 10/4/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Latest Version is Getting Better

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You'll notice in photos that the sound deadening is gray and fibrous. The one I received from AMS is upgraded with the egg crate type acoustic foam. This is one step in upgrading the cabinet that I don't have to do, now. There is still no foam at the bottom of the cabinet, which is fine. It can be added easily. Some upgrade with another gooseneck, but I found a way around that in buying an MXL DX-2 microphone. It has two capsules built in that you can use either side of or blend together, but still use the single gooseneck and output. The cabinet uses a Celestion Vintage 30 at 8ohms. It is not dead quiet, but at a decent level it be low enough to not upset your neighbors at all. I would not recommend turning your tube amp up to 10, but you an turn up a 100 watt head at 2-3 and get a nice overall sound. You just need enough of the speaker moving. Very happy with the product.

Review: Randy Willcox, randy.willcox@gmail.com Submitted: 11/20/2017

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.

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Every guitarist/bassist who records at home should have one.

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This thing is fantastic! I was fortunate though, when it arrived, it apparently hadn't been latched in the box so in transit the weight of the lid tore the hinges out. Luckily, there was no damage to the components so I got slightly larger screws and screwed then back in. It works great, although the hardware could be upgraded. It vibrates like crazy which is almost as bad as a loud speaker, so I used some foam rubber and quieted it down. I also modified the cabinet by moving the internal mic mount and putting in an additional one so I can use 2 mics at once the way I like to do. I lined the door with window sealant to make it even quieter which also allows the mic cable for the second mic to pass through (but I'll install a second XLR jack soon). If you record at home and haven't the luxury of a live room that's isolated from the house and neighbors, get this! My mods weren't necessary, just my way of making it even quieter in my Queens, NY apartment.

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