Växhuset Randall 4x12

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Cabinet | Randall | RT412RCA

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Randall 4x12 Cabinet equipped with Celestial elements
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After graduating from community college in Santa Ana, California, Don Randall worked as a salesman for a radio supply shop, where he met Leo Fender, who was operating a nearby radio repair shop.

Randall went on to serve in the Army Corps of Engineers, the Signal Corps, and Army Air Forces during World War II. After the war, he took a job as general manager of Radio & Television Equipment, a wholesale distributor of electronic components, and discovered that Fender had begun making a few lap steel guitars and small amplifiers. In 1946, Randall suggested that Radio & Television Equipment distribute Fender's guitars and amplifiers.

Finding commercial success, the Fender Sales Corporation and Fender Electric Instrument Company were established in February 1953, with Randall in charge of sales and distribution. Randall subsequently became vice president and general manager of the Fender Musical Instrument and Fender Sales divisions of CBS.

In 1969, Randall left to found the Randall Amplifier Company in Irvine, California.

Randall sold the company in 1987. In the mid-1990s, it was purchased by U.S. Music Corporation.

Source: Wikipedia

Manufacturing year: Unknown

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