Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII 2x12 Combo
Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII 2x12 Combo

Rockerverb 50 MKII 2x12 Combo, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Orange in the Rockerverb series.

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Shark-Food's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII 2x12 Combo
Tube amp
50 W the mine to 2 HP (Model 212)
1 channel Clean / 1 Dirty channel footswitch
A reverb footswitch
Fx Loop


Config hyper simple: 1 1 serious clean - 1 medium and 1 acute
1 1 serious dirty - 1 medium - 1 acute
An excellent reverb (even better than its predecessor)
No manual (not very legal, but good)
The sound is what matters, right?


So I play with a Fender Dave Murray, a Gibson Les Paul faded, an ESP eclipse a Gibson Les Paul .... 58
Well, well, everything sounds, and it is such a beautiful sound that I regret not having looked on the side of the Orange Foreca before (maybe I can not afford either ....)
I read on forums it sounded too modern, nay, it sounds good old school with provision for a wicked saturation but that would look.
The clean is FABULOUS is not Fender, but it is at least as well (it's different on) and its the most pleasant surprise of the amp.
The saturation hyper malleable, like playing the Pink Floyd, the good old blues, rock, hard way 80/90 and well everything goes perfectly.
And the best part is it sounds very very low volume (another pleasant surprise) it is sure that nothing is worth a volume driven, but we will not complain ......


I've had a few days and I regret nothing, not even 15 days of additional time to wait (thank you a supplier who does not follow her stocks)
I bought in my little shop grattounes preferred and for sure you do not compare with Thomann, but it's so much better (and still, 150 € difference ....)
Well, as usual, no footswitch, but a t-sirt and badges (???)
This is an amp that is expensive, but I think it's a great investment and the half stack, I could more ....