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  • Orange OR15 Review
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    Orange OR15 Review - With a Strong Fruit Flavor

    03/23/13

    Every day that goes by it is more obvious that the famous Orange Tiny Terror turned the guitar amplification market upside down. It started a trend (a very positive one, if you ask me) for affordable, high-quality and low-power amps. In spite of the huge number of products in this segment, Orange is still the leading player when it comes to low-po…

  • Orange Jim Root Terror #4 Review
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    Orange Jim Root Terror #4 Review - Orange and Black

    10/21/12

    It might seem incredible but, up to this day, Orange had never offered a signature amp. But now the Jim Root #4 has changed things for good! So it's time for us to put the focus on this small black animal.

  • Orange OR50H Review
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    Orange OR50H Review - Back To The Future!

    06/17/12

    The OR50H is not a new product. It belongs to the "Pics Only" series launched in 1972. It's a legend in amplification history and its "so British" sound had a great impact in the destiny of the manufacturer. Now Orange has decided to reissue a limited version of the amp for its 40's birthday. The idea was a great success and Orange decided to add …

  • Orange Dark Terror Review
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    Orange Dark Terror Review - The Dark Pack

    11/27/11

    At AudioFanzine, we are acutely aware of all the small terrors unleashed by Orange. We already reviewed the Tiny Terror (the first model), the Dual Terror (two channels) and the Bass Terror (four-string player version) — now comes the Dark Terror.