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Orange Terror Bass 500
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Orange Terror Bass 500

Bass Guitar Amp Head from Orange belonging to the Terror series.

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Orange Terror Bass 500Publié le 11/27/09 à 13:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
<ul>

hybrid amp head lamps (2 ECC83)

500 watts in 4 Ohms

2 speaker outputs <span style="text-decoration: underline;">but only speakon (hp standard jacks simply not fit.)
</span>

switchable impedance 4 Ohms 8 Ohms &

1 active / passive switch

gain, treble, bass, mid, master

effects loop

XLR

5 Kg

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Delivered with a cover and carrying strap.
No notice with (I think no need here).

USE

Config single mega, for against the annoying thing is that it is only good speakon but almost all the speakers are equipped with Speakon inputs.

Ultra easy to get a great sound; there is none billions with this model but THE sound!

It's quite in the spirit of "plug......
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<ul>

hybrid amp head lamps (2 ECC83)

500 watts in 4 Ohms

2 speaker outputs <span style="text-decoration: underline;">but only speakon (hp standard jacks simply not fit.)
</span>

switchable impedance 4 Ohms 8 Ohms &

1 active / passive switch

gain, treble, bass, mid, master

effects loop

XLR

5 Kg

</ul>

Delivered with a cover and carrying strap.
No notice with (I think no need here).

USE

Config single mega, for against the annoying thing is that it is only good speakon but almost all the speakers are equipped with Speakon inputs.

Ultra easy to get a great sound; there is none billions with this model but THE sound!

It's quite in the spirit of "plug & play"; I love it.


SOUNDS

I play with a Fender Deluxe frecision active special series (mex) granted in Drop C I play in a typical training "post HxC / post rock" on HLF Ampeg 4x10. I play with a pick; I'm not a great technician, I like mashed sent!
<div> I also have a little markbass mark II is really very good but then I realize that to finish it really is not that big for the task. Ultra clean metal style, jazz, funk, groove the bass will mark better than orange then I think the latter and undeniably oriented nonsurgical neutrality; this is also why we take I think orange and aims to markbass versa. </div>

<div> It has character, the body is marked and colored.

Many dynamic is what struck me the most "hit", I did not expect this at all. The response of the sound in the notes is instantaneous; there or many other logo let myself sometimes some "latency," or at least that is the impression of my own. it is very well balanced, not aggressive in the sense that when it "snaps" it's still cozy one will say. Overall the sound is very tight, I felt no weakness. The sound can be very mushy, never flat but can quickly saturate, so to do according to your settings and instrumentals.
The race of the gain knobs and theft are very well distributed by the equa against is not very "sensitive" although it greatly influences the final sound; where the race of the knobs is poorly distributed. With distortion I would say that this is typical Orange, there is nothing further to add on that.
This is not a head to play Hi-FI or large SUB there I think qu'ampeg or other such will do better but I'm not science infuses so who knows? Ba good slap I think we forget with it you'll understand.
500 Watts announced me justified the air; I compared with the little mark II and III ba is as powerful in volume see as less dark; there clarity.
I found my happiness in the terror bass because very distinctive, colorful, grainy, super respondent, trunk and very very very rock. </div>

<div> I have not tested with Ibanez types of low or Cort so I am not speculate about the sounds. I repeat that I love very typical sounds and there I found my happiness. </div>

<div> Now I hope, either in orange or other marks that the heads that are worth between € 1,500 and € 2,800 are truly justified in terms of their rates ...
For there for less than € 630 it really sounds the fire of God.
The only setback is that does not versatile at all in my little opinion, but for me it is "perfect."
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NOTICE GLOBAL

I had a lot of heads: Ashdown mag 300 R, mark little bass mark II, Gallien Krueger backline 600 Ampeg B1-RE. The bass is really terror that I needed for any reason I just mentioned above.

I find the price / quality ratio boggles the mind considering the quality of the sound generated by the beast.

I'll repeat myself but, "Now I hope, either in orange or other marks that the heads that are worth between € 1,500 and € 2,800 are truly justified in terms of their rates ..."
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Orange Terror Bass 500Publié le 02/28/14 à 08:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
500W 4 to 8 ohms
Hybrid Amplifier
Effects loop
for the rest there is the brand website

UTILIZATION

Simple configuration, it's Made In Orange for ca there are well, and I appreciate ... tired of the past hour trying to have his wish ....

It happens very easily have a sound, because whatever the setting CA SONNE!

SOUNDS

it has totally agree my styles I practice
I made the big Hxc has converged, rock funk, jazz and AC may seem surprising but you head goes everywhere!
I tried this amp in a store, plug it into a 8 * 10 Ampeg sound was divine, a passive jazz bass american STD maple fingerboard connect it, and I took a huge slap in the face!

very surprised, I do not......
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500W 4 to 8 ohms
Hybrid Amplifier
Effects loop
for the rest there is the brand website

UTILIZATION

Simple configuration, it's Made In Orange for ca there are well, and I appreciate ... tired of the past hour trying to have his wish ....

It happens very easily have a sound, because whatever the setting CA SONNE!

SOUNDS

it has totally agree my styles I practice
I made the big Hxc has converged, rock funk, jazz and AC may seem surprising but you head goes everywhere!
I tried this amp in a store, plug it into a 8 * 10 Ampeg sound was divine, a passive jazz bass american STD maple fingerboard connect it, and I took a huge slap in the face!

very surprised, I do not understand why people say that équalo is useless ...
its setting will never make her cry frequencies, the sound is very lyrical in any case, what more do I need to know just take the time managed three knob, power level we must know the managed Gain I loved the sound with the gain has to pick 3h game with neck pickup, an absolute feast!

it is a head plug and play, no brainer, you branch and you balance!!

I wanted to try to plug in a bass driver in the effects loop to see if the amp is off, all brands are not that, it is the case of my current head, and delight, équalo no longer has any effect, neither the gain knob! I can fend for myself to use a bass drivers for my group HxC and orange for my rock band ...
The problem is that it would be stupid to turn the preamp this orange is so good!

OVERALL OPINION

I try 20 min to try any type of adjustment
I currently have a Hartke HA3500, I plug in a tech 21 bass driver DI for a warmer sound ...
This test convinced me I Sell my Hartke for this wonder! (Watch the ad)

value for money, it does not foute to the mouth of the elevator, the cover provides good protection to the head, possibly providing a lamp change, but honestly its suit me perfectly!
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" Of good Sino briton or Anglo Chinese!"

Orange Terror Bass 500Publié le 06/15/12 à 07:48
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Hybrid amplifier
the real orange: one sound almost exactly, but its orange
we like it or not

UTILIZATION

simpler, it does not exist
input gain, bass, mid, treble and volume
the equation is accurate, with little scope and it sounds whatever
(Well, with a gibson thunderbird and 2 orange box OBC115!)

SOUNDS

Orange, orange or orange ...
Perfect for those who want a sound far from a mark bass (for example)

OVERALL OPINION

grain, horses, light to transport, accessible to his banker! ...
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Hybrid amplifier
the real orange: one sound almost exactly, but its orange
we like it or not

UTILIZATION

simpler, it does not exist
input gain, bass, mid, treble and volume
the equation is accurate, with little scope and it sounds whatever
(Well, with a gibson thunderbird and 2 orange box OBC115!)

SOUNDS

Orange, orange or orange ...
Perfect for those who want a sound far from a mark bass (for example)

OVERALL OPINION

grain, horses, light to transport, accessible to his banker!
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" sloppy design"

Orange Terror Bass 500Publié le 05/16/11 à 06:30
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I will direct to the point:
+ Small
+ Light
+ Cute / vintage
Speakon + (I prefer having the full speakon as full jack)

DI-design unfinished
Three-band EQ (well, it vintage is orange, but a 4 or 5 bands would coolest elements)
-Excessive power. 500W, AC pummeled severely. The master volume is very sensitive.
Effect-loop design unfinished
Non-adjustable fan

UTILIZATION

As a little boy, I can bring in repeated taking the tram. Super easy to use: gain / low / med / treble / volume. It would be stupid to get lost. It is unfortunate that there are only three bands, but hey, we made it. Because despite this EQ, the sound varies na not that much ...

I turn now to the......
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I will direct to the point:
+ Small
+ Light
+ Cute / vintage
Speakon + (I prefer having the full speakon as full jack)

DI-design unfinished
Three-band EQ (well, it vintage is orange, but a 4 or 5 bands would coolest elements)
-Excessive power. 500W, AC pummeled severely. The master volume is very sensitive.
Effect-loop design unfinished
Non-adjustable fan

UTILIZATION

As a little boy, I can bring in repeated taking the tram. Super easy to use: gain / low / med / treble / volume. It would be stupid to get lost. It is unfortunate that there are only three bands, but hey, we made it. Because despite this EQ, the sound varies na not that much ...

I turn now to the three points that angry.
-The fan is not adjustable. As said, no worries, live either. Soli solo at home, has low volume, it's embarrassing. On record, it's embarrassing. A switch to disengage or decrease its speed would have been welcome.

The DI-which is not highly developed. There are (thankfully) a ground lift switch, which further enhances the picture. But it is incredibly powerful. There is no switch pad -20 dB or more. However, given its small size, the Terror is designed to be walked around on stage. If the DI is unusable as is, it's frustrating. I had to buy an attenuator-20dB in order to deal calmly Shure consoles PA.

-The effects loop is as hot as the DI. My delay and reverb saturate my wickedly. Shame it is not lower.

SOUNDS

Sound, with the lamps base is good, saturates very quickly. I replaced the 12AT7 with lamps that are softer.
The sound is focused media, with its presence. Plugged into a home made cab 112. The gain is very gradual, and I have good saturation, light overdrive kind that roars.

I played with precision and rick '57 '. This is insane, with two basses. Their noise footprint is respected. Each character brings his bass sound. The amp also stained well.
I play very heavy rock, stoner, psychedelic, drone, and bass sub-granted.

OVERALL OPINION

Terror Bass is a good compromise compared to my expectations of a current amplifier: moderate price (compared to a big head full tube) lightweight, small, portable, powerful.
My reference sound is that of a Mashall SuperBass. Terrible! Bass Terror comes closest to this sound in all the small amps I've tried.
It's a shame he's so powerful. 500W is insane, even demonic. Too bad the DI is unworkable without subterfuge. Too bad for the price, we provide Orange lights shit.
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  • Manufacturer: Orange
  • Model: Terror Bass 500
  • Series: Terror
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 02/02/2009

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