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  • Orange OR100 Vintage

    Orange OR100 Vintage - "Vintage is the way"


    These old Orange amplifiers have a great sound and distinct British tone that is very familiar to a lot of hard rock and metal players. I would say that most hard rock and metal music is big round that British tone but in a highly modified certain wa…

  • Orange Tiny Terror

    Orange Tiny Terror - "Not for me."


    The Orange Tiny Terror is a 15 watt tube head that perpetuated the whole "lunch box" amplifier craze. It's been out for a few years now and many amps from companies like VOX, Traynor, Mesa Boogie, H&K, etc have come after. Lots of people like these f…

  • Orange Tiny Terror

    Orange Tiny Terror - "Tiny but not Terror"


    Characteristics9/10 For the size of a lunch box this little amp pacts quite a kick to it. This amp looks like something you would walk to school with and be carrying your peanut butter sandwich in. Orange has taken such a small but positive approach…

  • Orange Rockerverb 100 Head

    Orange Rockerverb 100 Head - "Higher wattage Orange, cool."


    The Orange RV100 MkI was the highest wattage version of the Rockerverb line of amps. The Rockerverb in general was meant to be a more modern high gain amp line designed to compete with the high gainers of today. Orange is typically known for their sl…

  • Orange Rocker 30H

    Orange Rocker 30H - "Cool British amp"


    The Orange Rocker 30 is a great sounding all tube head in that classic tradition of simple and stripped down British fury. It delivers 30 watts of power and features two channels. The clean channel features simply a volume control, and the dirty chan…

  • Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head

    Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head - "BLack and Orange"


    This is an exciting head from Orange is a two channel head with added reverb and 50 watts of power. Orange claims they are the Marshall slayer or killer and to an unmodded Marshall there definitely is an argument for that statement. This amp has a…

  • Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head

    Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head - "Latest and Greatest"


    I had been waiting a while to try out the Orange amps since they claim they are the Marshall killer. I was a Marshall guy so I needed to be convinced what they claim was true. So I went down to the shop to try it out. The first thing I noticed was th…

  • Orange TH30 Head

    Orange TH30 Head - "nice and easy to use"


    The effects loop on the Orange Thunder 30 is very transparent, which is nice. The amp seems a little more susceptible to hum from a dirty power source than other amps, so you may want to get a power conditioner. Otherwise, it's pretty quiet. UTILIZA…

  • Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head

    Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head - "Not much of an update"


    The Orange Rockerverb 50 Mark II is the second (or updated) version of the original Rockerverb. The original model was loaded with 6V6 power tubes which is certainly not standard fare for most higher gain amplifiers. In addition, it featured a very s…

  • Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head

    Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII Head - nickname009's review


    Controls: CLEAN CHANNEL: Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble DIRTY CHANNEL: Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble REVERB: Footswitchable for both channels Features: Reverb * FX Loop Output: Class A/B 50 / 100 watts (RMS) Valves: Preamp: 4 x ECC83, 3 x…