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Orange Crush 10

Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Orange belonging to the Crush series.

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moosehermanmooseherman

Pretty nice little practice amp!

Orange Crush 10Published on 04/22/11 at 14:29
This is a solid-state miniature amp for guitars. It's only 10 watts, and really has no practical application other than for practicing at home. That being said, it's got a nice tone for being as quiet as it is. There is a 1/4" input, as well as a 1/4" headphones output (for really discreet playing). It's got a three band EQ (low, mid, and hi), 2 separate gain knobs, and a master volume knob. It's got a decent amount of features for such a small amp!

UTILIZATION

Getting a good sound out of this is actually surprisingly easy. I usually hate playing through tiny solid-state amps, but seeing as they are pretty much perfect for practicing in any space that needs low volume, I'm often forced...…
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This is a solid-state miniature amp for guitars. It's only 10 watts, and really has no practical application other than for practicing at home. That being said, it's got a nice tone for being as quiet as it is. There is a 1/4" input, as well as a 1/4" headphones output (for really discreet playing). It's got a three band EQ (low, mid, and hi), 2 separate gain knobs, and a master volume knob. It's got a decent amount of features for such a small amp!

UTILIZATION

Getting a good sound out of this is actually surprisingly easy. I usually hate playing through tiny solid-state amps, but seeing as they are pretty much perfect for practicing in any space that needs low volume, I'm often forced to choose one I despise the least! This however, changed that, as it's simply got the best tone I've heard out of such an amp. It's really a matter of fine tuning the gain to be where you want, then adjusting the EQ. Didn't take long at all to get going and was really easy.

SOUNDS

I don't think this amp is particularly going to sound great or terrible at all with any particular guitar. But the heavier tones will definitely get better results with humbuckers, no doubt. At least they will be more convincingly heavy at such a low volume. But I really can't complain, the tone is pretty realistic and full at such a low volume. While I could never gig or even record with this (at least nothing I'd want anyone to hear!), it's still nice to use for practicing as it's close enough to the real thing.

OVERALL OPINION

I like the portability and size of this amp the best. The design is also really cool (even if it is the same as all Orange Amps). It sounds better than most amps its size, and if you end up playing it a lot, it'll be really inspiring as opposed to so many other amps that suck the life out of the sound. I'd highly recommend this to anyone in need of a good practice amp who's been frustrated with the others that they've tried.
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fromagedechevrefromagedechevre

Orange Crush 10Published on 03/28/09 at 14:04
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor, 10w, between Jack, Headphone out, middle-grave-acute, master, gain 1 and gain 2 to play on overdrive. Made in China

UTILIZATION

Setup could not be more simple
sound good? YES, for a 10w and for that price. C is not a tube amp ... 800euros C amp is a good destination for a study of the apartments.
Manuel? Why ...

SOUNDS

.. Al study should especially not with ca.
Washburn N2 of 1991, mainly on the bridge pickup in split
rather sharp and clear sound resonance, rather nice crunch ... but facillement buzzes when too low ..
the knobs are sensitive enough to play on the sound.

OVERALL OPINION

2 months of use
+: Price, weight, sound quality / price ratio, the...…
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Transistor, 10w, between Jack, Headphone out, middle-grave-acute, master, gain 1 and gain 2 to play on overdrive. Made in China

UTILIZATION

Setup could not be more simple
sound good? YES, for a 10w and for that price. C is not a tube amp ... 800euros C amp is a good destination for a study of the apartments.
Manuel? Why ...

SOUNDS

.. Al study should especially not with ca.
Washburn N2 of 1991, mainly on the bridge pickup in split
rather sharp and clear sound resonance, rather nice crunch ... but facillement buzzes when too low ..
the knobs are sensitive enough to play on the sound.

OVERALL OPINION

2 months of use
+: Price, weight, sound quality / price ratio, the overdrive, the look
-: Al decision that spits back that you move the amp is c ... in my opinion, a manufacturing defect and gnralis KNOWN!

edit March 28, 2009: Actually, it was the cord that DCON. I changed the amp works perfectly. Nothing to say, at this price, it is an affair!

excellent quality price ratio ... especially when you compare with the amp This category price 10 years ago (I play since 15 years). This is at least one of the benefits of globalization (the best stuff cheaper)

I do it again this election, do not support modeling amp low end ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Orange
  • Model: Crush 10
  • Series: Crush
  • Category: Solid-State Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/09/2006

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Other names: crush10, cr10c, cr10cbk, cr10bk, cr 10

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