Dimebag Darrell’s Randall Warhead X2

Dimebag used a Randall Warhead X2 amp for a brief period of time in 2003. He developed the amp together with Randall to be a sort of simpler version of the older Warhead model.

The Warhead X2 featured the same 300-watt power amp with two-channels and the mid-sweep, but the graphic EQ and effects were removed.

It’s basically a stripped-down version of the Warhead 1. The Warhead 1 had so many bells and whistles on it that if you didn’t know what you were doing, you could either tune it in really kick ass, or you could lose focus of what you were doing. I had so much stuff on that thing because I wanted everybody to have full control over it. But kids today just want to plug in and jam. So I’ve kinda just simplified the Warhead 2 so there’s no way you can get any uncool tones out of it.

Dimebag for Guitar.com, 2004


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