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Orange Thunderverb 200H

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Orange belonging to the Thunderverb series

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iamqmaniamqman

How much....200 watts!!!! WOW

Orange Thunderverb 200HPublished on 08/18/11 at 14:58
The orange amplifier 200 W guitar amp is one of the loudest and most powerful amplifiers on the market. It offers two channels that your foot switchable along with a foot searchable attenuator which is a very cool idea and I have never seen that on any other amplifier to this day. This comes with a tube buffered effects loop any tube driven reverb unit if anyone is ever spent time with the tube reverb amp then you know that the quality and tone that comes from, as tube makes the reverb sound that much more real and room filling. This amp is the exact same amp as the orange tolex version but just in a black color. Same features and everything but just in black.

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The orange amplifier 200 W guitar amp is one of the loudest and most powerful amplifiers on the market. It offers two channels that your foot switchable along with a foot searchable attenuator which is a very cool idea and I have never seen that on any other amplifier to this day. This comes with a tube buffered effects loop any tube driven reverb unit if anyone is ever spent time with the tube reverb amp then you know that the quality and tone that comes from, as tube makes the reverb sound that much more real and room filling. This amp is the exact same amp as the orange tolex version but just in a black color. Same features and everything but just in black.

The first channel to clean crunch and lead channel each with three it has three channels each with three stages of gain the first channel obviously is the clean which gets a nice shiny and sparkling clean channel very usable for blues music or just clean note picking.

The second channel is the crunch channel which get you a very good classic rock 'n roll crunch town many bands would envy the foisting of this tone back in the day. The third channel is the lead channel and this is where you get a more modern high again lead with a higher midrange frequency channel good for soloing and lead line playing .

UTILIZATION

Features

Output: 200W (RMS)
Channel A controls: gain, shape, volume
Channel B controls: gain, bass, middle, treble, volume
Attenuator control: foot-switchable for both channels.
Reverb control: Foot-switchable for both channels.
Features: attenuator, reverb, 100-watt switch (on rear)

Tubes: preamp - 4 x ECC83; output 4 x 6550/KT88; reverb and FX loop: 2 x ECC81
Speaker impedance: 2 x 4ohms, 2 x 8ohms (200W) or 2 x 8ohms, 2 x 16ohms, 2 x 16ohms (100W)
Dimensions: (W x H x D) 21-3/4"W x 10"H x 11"D
Weight: 66-1/4lb.



SOUNDS

This amp is 200 W of power which means is going to be louder than probably any empty you've ever come in contact with other than a bass amplifier. With 200 W really don't access all of the power that this thing can handle unless you are playing in stadiums or arenas. The first channel a has again shape and volume control the shape allows you to dial in the upper midrange for a tight percussive sound. It also increases the base in trouble when you turn the control knob clockwise chilled beet controls has a game base middle trouble and volume this is pretty standard on most high gain distortion channels you can use the foot control or should I say the foot control that enables you to be able turned on and off allows you to dial in at 200 W of power and just the overall volume to what you do is you get the power tubes really break up to give you a good power tube crunch tone, but able to dial that same thing back to usable volume for bedroom playing and most band situations.

The amp also has a reverb control that is too buffered and sounds very exciting. You also have a half power switch on the back I can reduce the power 200 W this is one of the best sounding orange amplifiers to date and one of the most versatile one of the most versatile amplifiers that oranges ever manufactured

OVERALL OPINION

At new you can find thees amps for right around the price of $3000, pretty expensive amplifier for most people on budget and pretty expensive for my taste, but this is one of the most professional sounding and professionally priced amplifiers you can buy. They do have other amplifiers in their product range that are much cheaper than this but this is their top-of-the-line amplifier.
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iamqmaniamqman

Mega Amp!

Orange Thunderverb 200HPublished on 08/10/11 at 12:49
The orange amplifier 200 W guitar amp is one of the loudest and most powerful amplifiers on the market. It offers two channels that your foot switchable along with a foot searchable attenuator which is a very cool idea and I have never seen that on any other amplifier to this day. This comes with a tube buffered effects loop any tube driven reverb unit if anyone is ever spent time with the tube reverb amp then you know that the quality and tone that comes from, as tube makes the reverb sound that much more real and room filling. The first channel to clean crunch and lead channel each with three it has three channels each with three stages of gain the first channel obviously is the clean...…
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The orange amplifier 200 W guitar amp is one of the loudest and most powerful amplifiers on the market. It offers two channels that your foot switchable along with a foot searchable attenuator which is a very cool idea and I have never seen that on any other amplifier to this day. This comes with a tube buffered effects loop any tube driven reverb unit if anyone is ever spent time with the tube reverb amp then you know that the quality and tone that comes from, as tube makes the reverb sound that much more real and room filling. The first channel to clean crunch and lead channel each with three it has three channels each with three stages of gain the first channel obviously is the clean which gets a nice shiny and sparkling clean channel very usable for blues music or just clean note picking. The second channel is the crunch channel which get you a very good classic rock 'n roll crunch town many bands would envy the foisting of this tone back in the day. The third channel is the lead channel and this is where you get a more modern high again lead with a higher midrange frequency channel good for soloing and lead line playing .

UTILIZATION

Features

Output: 200W (RMS)
Channel A controls: gain, shape, volume
Channel B controls: gain, bass, middle, treble, volume
Attenuator control: foot-switchable for both channels.
Reverb control: Foot-switchable for both channels.
Features: attenuator, reverb, 100-watt switch (on rear)

Tubes: preamp - 4 x ECC83; output 4 x 6550/KT88; reverb and FX loop: 2 x ECC81
Speaker impedance: 2 x 4ohms, 2 x 8ohms (200W) or 2 x 8ohms, 2 x 16ohms, 2 x 16ohms (100W)
Dimensions: (W x H x D) 21-3/4"W x 10"H x 11"D
Weight: 66-1/4lb.



SOUNDS

This amp is 200 W of power which means is going to be louder than probably any empty you've ever come in contact with other than a bass amplifier. With 200 W really don't access all of the power that this thing can handle unless you are playing in stadiums or arenas. The first channel a has again shape and volume control the shape allows you to dial in the upper midrange for a tight percussive sound. It also increases the base in trouble when you turn the control knob clockwise chilled beet controls has a game base middle trouble and volume this is pretty standard on most high gain distortion channels you can use the foot control or should I say the foot control that enables you to be able turned on and off allows you to dial in at 200 W of power and just the overall volume to what you do is you get the power tubes really break up to give you a good power tube crunch tone, but able to dial that same thing back to usable volume for bedroom playing and most band situations. The amp also has a reverb control that is too buffered and sounds very exciting. You also have a half power switch on the back I can reduce the power 200 W this is one of the best sounding orange amplifiers to date and one of the most versatile one of the most versatile amplifiers that oranges ever manufactured

OVERALL OPINION

At new you can find thees amps for right around the price of $3000, pretty expensive amplifier for most people on budget and pretty expensive for my taste, but this is one of the most professional sounding and professionally priced amplifiers you can buy. They do have other amplifiers in their product range that are much cheaper than this but this is their top-of-the-line amplifier.
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Orange Thunderverb 200HPublished on 02/17/09 at 12:53
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The Thunderverb 200 Orange Amps is the new flagship of the British brand.

This amp completely lamp head delivers a power of 200 W at 4/8 ohm and 100 ohm W at 8/16, you can select a power split system.

It was designed to be used by all guitarists (blues, rock, funk, pop, metal ...) But also by bassists in fact it has a technology: Tone Extended Range technology, (ETR), which allows running frequencies up to 30Hz without saturating the sound. It has a reverb, a middle digging system and a power attenuator that allows you to run at full speed without tearing the lamps plastered his bedroom and that of neighbors.

Lamps level we found:

# Lamps preamp: 4 x ECC83 / 12AX7
# Power...…
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The Thunderverb 200 Orange Amps is the new flagship of the British brand.

This amp completely lamp head delivers a power of 200 W at 4/8 ohm and 100 ohm W at 8/16, you can select a power split system.

It was designed to be used by all guitarists (blues, rock, funk, pop, metal ...) But also by bassists in fact it has a technology: Tone Extended Range technology, (ETR), which allows running frequencies up to 30Hz without saturating the sound. It has a reverb, a middle digging system and a power attenuator that allows you to run at full speed without tearing the lamps plastered his bedroom and that of neighbors.

Lamps level we found:

# Lamps preamp: 4 x ECC83 / 12AX7
# Power tubes: 4 x 6550
# Reverb lamps 2 x ECC81 / 12AT7

At the back there are all necessary connectors:

- Channel switch input A / B

- Switch input Reverb

- Power input attenuator switch

- The send & return entries in the effects loop

- The speaker input (s) / head under 4/8 and 8/16 ohm

- Fuses

- The on / off switch

Façade available:

* Channel A:

- Volume, treble, middle, bass and gain

* Channel B:

- Volume, shape, gain
Also on the front, the stanby / play switch, channel A / B switch, the attenuator and the reverb.




USE

Configuration? what configuration? in orange, no fuss even a dog can make it work! :-)dropoff Window

for SOUND, simply look for a few minutes or seconds, Me, I've barely put 2 minutes to make me a while to be so crunchy Franz Ferdinand, clean to languid ballads or ultra edgy distortion for fan Killswitch engaged there for everyone and every taste. I can not say for her that she can go out with a low but I think it must not be bad either.

No need to book but it is available on the website in orange.

SOUNDS

For my part, it corresponds very well to my style of music, I'm in a group of post-hardcore / rock where the mixture of both beatdown at ultra melodic lines so power pop but even if I did it would be the metalcore well adapted to the style.

I use Orange slap ppc8-412 designed for Thunderverb and ESP Standard Series Vintage White eclipse. No effect for the moment, I think in the future invest in an ISP Decimator history to remove small "hum", a home equalize MXR and volume at Ernie Ball

This head allows to obtain a con crystalline wish is also the main quality in orange, the reverb is just beautiful, the distortion can be really incisive thanks to shape the sound that builds in some seconds, moves from its dry ultra fat.

I use Channel A for a clean clear with a slight reverb and channel B for a rich distortion midrange and treble



NOTICE GLOBAL

I received it a week ago and I think it's my best purchase for a long time, I was lucky to find this rare series in white. I chose it because it's been a really long time that I wanted an orange, I hesitated with Diezel Herbert good but too modern for me.

The Thunderverb remains a top product of very expensive range 2700 to 1980 findable in store for our Teutonic friends, the cabinet cost him 1,200 euros in store and 890 I believe in small Germans. I am indebted but good for the price of a trip grooos, I have a product that rips and I'm going to love every moment of my life as a musician.

I remake this choice 100 times!
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HarkBonesHarkBones

Orange under the steroid and versatile

Orange Thunderverb 200HPublished on 05/08/10 at 02:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
200 watt 100 watt switchable (going from 4 to 2 lamp power on)
Reverb
attenuator (to push the lamps while reducing the volume very useful)
effects loop
2 channels (both with gain, no clear channel itself)
1st channel: set low, mid, high: although reactive
2nd channel: set "shape" (the mid boost on one side, the hollow of the other lyrics by enhancing the bass and treble, especially, could love to add an equalizer for more flexibility)

4ohm or 16ohm output 8ohms

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, it still used as a vintage, except it's dual channel and that there is a master volume and more gain (well, it's really rare that there have not today.
No need to book.

A channel...…
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200 watt 100 watt switchable (going from 4 to 2 lamp power on)
Reverb
attenuator (to push the lamps while reducing the volume very useful)
effects loop
2 channels (both with gain, no clear channel itself)
1st channel: set low, mid, high: although reactive
2nd channel: set "shape" (the mid boost on one side, the hollow of the other lyrics by enhancing the bass and treble, especially, could love to add an equalizer for more flexibility)

4ohm or 16ohm output 8ohms

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, it still used as a vintage, except it's dual channel and that there is a master volume and more gain (well, it's really rare that there have not today.
No need to book.

A channel allows a bit more variation in a less metal is basically the channel B Rockerverb 100 (for having tried too), it goes from a clean, crunch, crunch on, until good vintage distortion. An absolute clean is not really achievable, at least if you're really a purist, but it comes close to reasonable volumes (especially in 200 watt)

Channel B is also able to clean, but I'm not too used like that and I think this is not its function. We can go fairly rapidly in the overdrive fuzz. One can not but cruncher crunch lime and very silky, it quickly fuzz. The shape is amazing, very easy to use, you set a motion and found the frequency you prefer. The drawback, of course, this reduces the advantage is not break the head and done with it. It's a bit weak in my opinion if the amp really likes to put "his" paw on her. otherwise it is complete with a pedal EQ but it complicates the use (pass from one channel to another etc.).

Consider buying two switch pedal knobs is not provided with essential and in my opinion

SOUNDS

I needed an amp can do: post-rock pretty trippy, reverb a nice, light crunch (clear pure sounds only interested Moitiers) and some very heavy metal distortion with a neat but not sending. I found everything about this amp, adding that they may have a more stoner channel distortion, and move toward something more more doom metal, which is interesting.
The crunch does not look as good as the other orange, like the series AD or even the tiny terror. It goes fast enough for a clear tinted to a crunch distortion already aggressive enough, even on the A channel I think.

The reverb is beautiful I think, very naturally, making the bottom one must obviously avoid overplaying psyche but the effect is to go. Her tears a holy grail without problem.

Mitigation works beautifully, I like the user's browser to be able to touch the main master volume of all channels without changing the settings of each master to play softer if necessary (often required).

The 200 watts are scary, but I think are used either to destroy your opponents, or simply use a tune guitar or even very low bass.
Indeed, orange brag so I tried: well with a bass that's fine too! Maybe not as vibrant with a dedicated bass amp, but really stunning and very professional already.

OVERALL OPINION

Since about 6 months, repeat with my band and some live performances, very good response in several types of room. Anyway, sounds are good, I think the question does not arise (normal at this price I would say) remains to be seen whether the features you agree, here's my review:
First, it's a tube amp still relatively old-school, despite the additions and upgrades.
Is it "high gain"?

For added versatility: a marshall jcm with 4 channels (really good, it's the only one who made me hesitate, but Thunderverb its own logic that I like, its grain while being powerful, or there is marshall more versatile, the orange to her personality)

More highain a mesaboogie, but then a tighter grain, less rich, clear sound and a cold

More classic: Rockerverb 100, very good, you can really do, but still the channel b Thunderverb to something quite unique, while remaining very "grainy" and yet very powerful).

I tried the HIWATT higain because I thought it might do but for me the old-school side-modern canalb B HIWATT higain is very flat, noisy and inefficient, lack of overall dynamic for an amp of this price . it made me very disappointed. although I think it is usable, but I did not really understand.

short, it's about personality and not quality, there are gaps that can be judged unacceptable if we had specifically need it, but it has its charm in her mouth and a beautiful weathered well.
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  • Manufacturer: Orange
  • Model: Thunderverb 200H
  • Series: Thunderverb
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 07/16/2006

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