Orange Thunderverb 50H
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Orange Thunderverb 50H

Thunderverb 50H, Tube Guitar Amp Head from Orange in the Thunderverb series.

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sickboy88 04/02/2009

Orange Thunderverb 50H : sickboy88's user review

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So the little guy has 2 beautiful EL34 in the belly, surrounded by four beautiful 12AX7, we dlivrent small 50 Watts. Everything is clean the indoor trs, no risk of intestinal or other problem for Premire ...

There are two channels, the first plutt clean, with knobs of rglages fairly standard (Treble, Middle, Bass, Gain and Volume) and the second, more dirty, with only 3 potentiomtres (Volume, Gain and Shape (knob that starts the race in the most mdiums pousss, limits the deaf, and ends in the large V CHARACTERISTICS of a branch of the nerve current rock). The rglages plutt prcis are, without going into the range of VHT and others in whom a change in one quarter of hair transforms the sound.

The good point is the attnuateur which, if lost a little momentum when pushed too, remains all the same handy to have a good Reduces the volume. on the other hand, for the reverb, go ahead with modration (but for plutt parts and uses a sound) ...

I put 9 because nothing is perfect, but at the CHARACTERISTICS at least, there is not much blame the bte ...

UTILIZATION

As I explained above, channel A is fairly standard rules for the fawn, while B takes a little longer, since we must learn to use the Shape (for my part anyway).

Of good clean distortion through the crunsh, hard to find bad sound on channel A. It is as instinctive rglage trs, no need to take the head, and the amp rpond well ...

The Shape of the channel B silent new to me and I put a little more time finding the right interacts with the gain according to the guitar I used. That said, nothing complicated trs!

Manuel? I do not remember what he looked like even more so it should not be of the utmost importance ...

I put another 9 but I could have put 10 or 8, it's really sublectif. Anyway, it's very easy job ...

SOUNDS

We enter the heart of the matter ...

I play a lot of musical styles DIFFERENT above (punk, mtal progressive variation on Franaise, ska, rock 'n roll, stoner, etc ...) and it is quite comfortable on any land. This is one of the reasons that pushed me to buy it, given my need for versatility.

A channel provides a nice clean, good distortion and a hot british crunsh fall.

Channel B can be a very clean original one crunsh a little soft and, above all, a standard distortion that is found nowhere in the Orange range and can go from the big rock moves away to the most vitamin tr funds saturation "mtal".

I play it with a Jackson SL2HT in US-SH1 and SH4 US Stratocaster on the Orange PPC 412 and the V30 4x12 VHT Deliverance in P50E. I use a BB preamp and an analog delay ibanez AD-9 to which the receiver Ragit trs well ...

VHT Box: His most amricain. The Start is the clean pure trs, is given in the spirit Fender. Sometimes a little too sharp, according to the microphones, but pretty trs. The crunsh Channel A is enjoyable too. As against the distal tuft is trs. May need to be learning rgler but does not seem to be the best association. With Jackson, treble slamming loud enough to clean but it takes a slap sacr with distortion. It is powerful but not too aggressive (low well present), prcis but not stiff. Huge ...

Orange Box: The more British. The clean is the Start trs soft crmeux but less crystalline. But the big surprise is the raction on the disto. Waouuh! The vitamin crunsh power ... I want more! With Jackson, the clean is less aggressive than the VHT. Better not fall ... The distortion is trs rock, much less metal. Many bodies, trs enjoyable play. Not better or worse than the VHT, just diffrent ...

Well, I do not want to put a note up but it's really, really good trs. Ing a friend's loan to me to record an album of modern rock "between Avril Lavigne and Linkin Park" and an album ... R 'n B!! And well, I test the versatility of dj p'tit but the bluff I t made by the ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have now for 3 months and I had bought various APRS transistor amps, a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier, a Peavey Classic 30 and a VHT Deliverance. It does not may be a stomach ache as the Recto and does not reach the dynamics of non-standard but it is the Deliverance everything he might envy these amps. I compare a long Marshall 30th anniversary, a Laboga Mr Hector, a Fender Blues Deluxe and a few others over Brive and if some one or other of the mod beautiful CHARACTERISTICS SPECIFICATIONS on, none as much as he MRIT the term "all terrain". Not only it can do everything, or almost, but does it well. Beautiful clean, super crunsh, standard disto ... What you ask for?

Oh yes, I bought 1450 euros on nine dv247. The next day he silent 1190. I rlais the era a bit but when I see it as the price goes, I think that the report qualitprix which I had more silent than good. But if I had to do this choice at the current price, I think I would. Combines versatility with such a quality I do not know yet ...

And is a attnuateur p **** n invention of GOD!