ALL ANALOGUE | TWIN CHANNEL | HUGE TONAL RANGE

SIX DIALS, VIRTUALLY LIMITLESS POSSIBILITIES

The TH100 takes the hugely popular TH30 blueprint and gives it 100 Watts of earth-shattering power. With jangly cleans and high-gain filth coexisting in perfect harmony, the sheer range of tones that can be dialed in from just six controls is nothing short of jaw-dropping. A quartet of EL34 valves provides a solid, musical foundation and switchable output power can be used to tailor the amp’s natural overdrive to any situation. To top it all off, our low-impedance, valve-buffered effects loop makes sure all your pedals are handled with finesse.

TWIN CHANNEL, HIGH GAIN PREAMP DESIGN

The Dirty channel features four carefully-crafted stages of gain and the same powerful Shape control first seen on our Thunderverb series. Sweeping the midrange from scooped to boosted, this all-in-one control makes fine-tuning your distorted tones easier than ever before. This channel remains unerringly focussed, steeped in complex harmonic overtones even at maximum gain settings.

The non-master volume Clean channel is a 2-stage design with a 2-band EQ, delivering sweet, crystalline cleans right up to the point of breakup, and classic crunch when pushed over the top. This channel works flawlessly with the EL34 power section to offer a great selection of more vintage tones with massive headroom.

SWITCHABLE OUTPUT POWER

With four EL34 valves and our famously heavy-duty proprietary transformers, the TH100’s hard-hitting and articulate 100 Watt power amp can also be switched down to 70, 50 or 30 Watts (using the 4 Valve/2 Valve switch and Full/Half Power modes). Whether you’re looking for hi-fi, modern tones or cranking out retro crunch, feel and dynamics are always retained – at any volume.

VALVE-BUFFERED EFFECTS LOOP

No modern amp would be complete without a great FX Loop. Our highly-transparent, all-valve design makes sure your signal path gets nothing but the best treatment, no matter how complex your pedal setup.

Features:TWO-CHANNEL, ALL-VALVE HEAD WITH VALVE-BUFFERED EFFECTS LOOP AND OUTPUT POWER SWITCHING
Controls:CLEAN CHANNEL: VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE
DIRTY CHANNEL: GAIN, SHAPE, VOLUME
Output Power:30, 50, 70 or 100 Watts RMS (Switchable)
Valves:Power amp: 4x EL34
Preamp: 4x Ecc83/12ax7
FX Loop: 1x Ecc81/12at7
Speaker Output options:1 x 16 Ohm cabinet connected to the 16 Ohm output
1 x 8 Ohm cabinet connected to one of the 8 Ohm outputs
2 x 16 Ohm cabinets each connected to one of the 8 Ohm outputs
Unboxed Dimensions (W x H x D):55 x 27 x 28 CM (21.65 x 10.63 x 11.02″)
Unboxed Weight:15.55 KG (34.28 lb)

1. TH100 head – Dirty – through a CRPRO412 Compact cab and using an Ibanez Art500

2.  TH100 head – Clean – through a CRPRO412 cab  and using a Fender Nashville Telecaster

This amp is a versatile, fully modern beast that delivers everything from rich clean tones to the heaviest metal sounds that any user can dial in instantly.

The TH100 is a great British amplifier in every sense of the phrase.

It’s hard to describe the TH100 set to maximum gain without using words like apocalypse, hellfire and chronic tinnitus.

SWITCHABLE MASTER VOLUME CONTROLS – FX LOOP – CABSIM HEADPHONE OUTPUT

TERROR TONES AT THE TIP OF YOUR TOE…

For years, our Terror series amps have proven that the biggest sounds can come in the tiniest packages. Taking our pocket-sized powerhouse concept one step further, we’ve brought you the Terror Stamp. Packing all of the punch of the minuscule Micro Terror and Micro Dark amps into an even smaller pedal format, this Valve/Solid State hybrid amp brings 20 Watts of killer Orange tone right onto your pedalboard.

The Terror Stamp’s tiny footprint, 8/16 Ohm Speaker Output, fully-buffered FX Loop and CabSim headphone output integrate seamlessly with your other pedals, whether you’re rocking a loud stage, recording direct or practising into the early hours.

TERROR STAMP CABLE   NOW AVAILABLE

The Terror Stamp Cable is a 20ft speaker cable, perfect to give you that extra range from you speaker cabinet when using on a pedal board.

KEY FEATURES

IMPROVED DESIGN

The Terror Stamp is based on the Micro Dark with a few minor tweaks to the gain structure and the CabSim, with the added feature of being able to set up two volume levels and switch between them.

ALL-ANALOGUE HYBRID DESIGN

Typically-Orange simplicity, unmistakably-Orange tone. The Terror Stamp’s hybrid Valve/Solid State design gives you the best of both worlds. From crystal-clean to thundering high-gain, the ECC83 (12AX7)-based preamp has all the harmonics, dynamics and feel you’d expect, while the 20W Class AB Solid State power amp keeps things small, dependable and sounding great at any volume.

SWITCHABLE MASTER VOLUME

Footswitchable Master Volume controls give you the Terror Stamp’s full range of sounds at two different volumes. Jump right out of the mix for that all-important solo, without sacrificing your carefully crafted tone.

SHAPE CONTROL

Our exclusive Shape knob crams a whole load of character and control into a single dial. Turn anticlockwise for a mid-forward voicing or clockwise for a classic scoop.

BUFFERED EFFECTS LOOP

Just like our full-size amps, we’ve given you a fully-buffered, low-impedance FX Loop. Long cable runs? No Problem. True Bypass pedals? Great. The Terror Stamp fits right into your signal chain without ever compromising sound quality. Not only that, but connecting directly to the FX Return turns this little monster into a 20W power amp for whatever pedals, preamps or modellers you can throw at it – with a headphone output too!

CABSIM HEADPHONE OUTPUT

It wouldn’t be the perfect pedal amp without a headphone output. Our tried-and-tested, analogue CabSim circuit provides instant access to a very Orange-flavoured 4×12 speaker emulation. Just the thing for late-night practice with headphones, ‘silent’ recording or running direct to PA. The Headphone Output works simultaneously with the Speaker Output for maximum versatility.

The most portable 20 Watt amp ever, and it’s still class A/B so it sounds good.

“I was impressed with how the Terror Stamp condenses the appeal of Orange Amps into such a small, versatile package.”

Features:Valve preamp, foot-switchable master volume, buffered FX Loop, CabSim headphone output
Controls (Right to Left):Gain, Shape, Volume 2, Volume 1
Valves:PREAMP: 1 X 12AX7/ECC83
Output Power:20 Watts
Speaker Output:8-16 Ohms
Unboxed Dimensions (W x H x D):13.4 x 6.1 x 9.9cm (5.4 x 2.4 x 3.9 “)
Unboxed Weight:0.38Kg / 0.84lb

This thing is a beast! An absolute beast!

Editor’s Choice NAMM 2020 – April Edition

Does this cheap $200 amp suck? Nope. It kinda rocks!

Its size, sound and price make it a winner and likely one of the best NAMM 2020 releases.

I am genuinely impressed with the Terror Stamp

I think it’s brilliant.

This is a fantastic utility for miniature pedal boards and fly rig solutions.

If you want to have the smallest, volume packing solution for playing live or just have fun at home that’s a real good option right there.

Thanks to the analogue circuit design, the Terror Stamp feels every bit as great to play as you’d expect from an Orange amplifier.

Dutch review by Musicmaker.

Our most convenient Class A/B amplifier yet

THE PERFECT PEDAL PARTNER

The Pedal Baby 100 is, quite simply, a power amp for pedalboard setups. In the modern gigging world, you might be playing your own rig one night and house backline the next. Because of this, many guitarists are now getting all their sounds from their ‘board, only needing their amp for volume – and lots of it! It doesn’t make sense to base your sound around a big, traditional valve amp if you don’t always get to use it, and other monitoring setups just don’t quite cut it either. So, if your pedalboard or modeller has every tone you’ll ever need but you miss that “big, loud amp” feel, then the Pedal Baby is for you. And it’s portable enough to take to every gig in the diary, even if you have to leave the cab at home.

With 100 Watts of Class A/B power and a Class A front end, the Pedal Baby 100 has all the warmth and dynamics we love about our old valve amps, making it the perfect partner for a pedal-centric rig. Small and lightweight, and with an intuitive 2-band EQ, it adapts brilliantly to different cabs when travelling light so you never have to worry about getting a consistent sound between shows.

“My Orange Pedal Baby is a mighty powerhouse capable of producing thundering, earth shaking volume all while maintaining pristine clarity from 1 to 10! As a touring guitarist performing in 3 extremely diverse bands spanning multiples of genres, I can configure my Orange Pedal Baby in a myriad of ways to fit whichever sonic application I am looking for be it old school stomp box rock, intricate metal, digitally processed modern jazz tones, ultra-pristine, natural acoustic sounds and everything in between.”

Class A/B Power Amp

While Class D amps are praised for their efficiency, Class A/B amps have a certain response that you just can’t get any other way. The Pedal Baby 100 gives guitarists back the dynamics, punch and natural sound that are missing in many modern power amps. Plus, Class A/B amps produce real power into standard guitar cab impedances; 100W into 8 Ohms and 70W into 16 Ohms, to be precise.

Class A Front End

Inspired by valve amp circuits, we’ve used a Class A, single-ended front end design. Forget sterile-sounding Solid State amps, the Pedal Baby 100 keeps all of your tone’s mojo, then adds a bit more.

EQ Designed for Flexibility

The Bass and Treble controls on the Pedal Baby are voiced more like ‘Depth’ and ‘Presence’ – right where you find the all-important low-end resonance and upper mid peaks that define the character of a speaker cabinet. Hook up your go-to cab and dial in all your favorite pedalboard tones with these EQ controls set flat (12 o’clock). Then tweak the EQ to ‘dial out’ the differences in any unfamiliar backline cab, giving you the sound of your own rig on any stage without messing up your pedalboard settings.

SMALL AND PORTABLE

Weighing around 3Kg and powering big cabs on big stages, the Pedal Baby 100 is the perfect amp for fly dates or any guitarist travelling light. Downsize your rig, not your tone.

If you’re looking at flying into a festival, backline companies will often have Marshall or Orange amps. Around 80% of them will be 16 Ohms, so with the Pedal Baby, you can turn up with it and some pedals, a guitar, and you can place this on top of the cabs already on stage and have at least 70 Watts out of it clean – so you can easily do a gig with this.

If you have all your sounds dialed in on your pedal board geared up for flying rigs then is is perfect for that too. You can use this in any gigging situation, anything from small clubs to festivals. The front end is Class A and the power amp is Class AB so it’s got a good quality, natural sound and it represents accurately what you put into it.

Features:100 Watt Class A/B Power amplifier for Pedalboards and Modellers
Controls:Bass, Treble, Volume
Output Power:100 Watts at 8 Ohms, 70 Watts at 16 Ohms
Valves:NA
Impedance:Minimum total impedance 8 Ohms
1 X 8 Ohms
1 X 16 Ohms
2 X 16 Ohms
Speaker Output Options:2 X Speaker Outputs
Unboxed Dimensions (W X H X D):30cm x 7.7cm x 19.5cm (11.81″ x 3.03″ x 7.68″)
Unboxed Weight:3.2Kgs (7.05lbs)

If you’re looking for an ultra clean and linear power source to power your pedal board or modeler, definetely check out the Pedal Baby 100, it’s incredibly loud!

Pedal Baby 100 from Orange Amplification is the fly in solution for touring musicians needing a lightweight, compact power amp that can drive a 16ohm cabinet with enough headroom to amplify their pedal board or effects processor for those upcoming summer festival dates.

It’s clean, it’s light, and it’s everything but a barrier to your tone.

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FROM BEDROOM TO HEADROOM | TWIN CHANNEL | ICONIC TERROR STYLING


YOU ASKED, WE DELIVERED

Capable of 15, 7, 1 or 0.5 Watts of output, the Rocker 15 Terror is the head-only version of the enormously popular Rocker 15 Combo that moves seamlessly from the home, to the studio, to the stage. Finally, a small, two channel, bedroom-friendly all-valve amp that you can legitimately gig!

With the Rocker 15 Terror set wide open, smaller venues are comfortably taken care of. Thanks to the same beefy transformers as the combo version, the Rocker 15 Terror has a remarkably potent delivery which takes full advantage of its EL84 output section. Even when scaling back the power, the amp’s tone stays fat and full, oozing warm valve compression and saturation without disturbing the neighbours.

Clever options aside, the Rocker 15 Terror has real character – a twin channel design with a twist. The Natural channel is a purist’s dream with just a single knob: Volume. Finely balanced and supremely playable, this channel is perfectly voiced to bring out the ‘natural’ sound of the instrument under your fingers (or the pedals under your feet). The ‘Dirty’ channel is a more familiar affair with controls for Gain, Volume and a three band EQ section. Both channels are very sensitive to touch and playing dynamics, making Rocker 15 Terror very versatile despite its straightforward, player-friendly layout.

The amp also features a proper, valve driven effects loop for total purity from input to output. So, whether you need a rig for low-volume practising, recording, or to be heard on the club circuit, the shape-shifting Rocker 15 Terror will show itself to be the amp for every occasion.






FROM BEDROOM TO HEADROOM

This amp switches between 15, 7, 1 and half a Watt. When in Bedroom mode, the circuit has been designed to retain the springiness and feel that we love about valve amps, a sensation that often gets lost with some attenuator designs. This makes for great tones in the practice room or in the studio, with the option to step up a gear to full power 15 Watt mode for the stage.

TWIN CHANNEL DESIGN

If you’ve ever wondered what your guitars or your pedals actually sounded like, the Rocker Series amps are a joy to play. The ‘Natural’ channel features just one control for volume and is voiced for absolute transparency. Single coils ring out with true clarity and humbuckers sing with woody overtones. Cleaner settings produce clear, glistening tones whilst cranking the volume reveals a bluesy crunch that loves to be kicked harder with boost and overdrive pedals. Quite literally, you get out what you put in. The ‘Dirty’ channel has a more traditional look with Gain, Master Volume and a three band EQ. It too can be set on the cleaner side as a second rhythm sound, or dialled for various flavours of British grit for leads. (Optional FS-1 footswitch sold separately)

ENGINEERED TO BE PLAYED

At Orange, we expect our amps to work for a living. For the best possible tone and durability, this Terror uses the same proprietary transformers found in all of our iconic Terror Series (excluding the Dual Terror) Like our latest flagship valve amp heads, this Terror does away with plastic connector blocks and ribbon cables in favour of hand-soldered flying leads. The chassis-mounted switchgear is secured to the classic Terror series enclosure. As for the amp’s effects loop, we’ve opted to keep the signal path all-valve to preserve the amp’s tonal integrity.


My main reason behind the design of the Rocker 15 was partly down to the fact that guitar players were still asking me to bring back the discontinued Rocker 30. I wanted to add a tube FX loop to the original front end and at the same time, make a smaller version.



Click on the dials to Listen

Compare the different GAIN structures of the ROCKER 15 TERROR and BRENT HINDS TERROR















Features:TWIN CHANNEL, VALVE BUFFERED EFFECTS LOOP, HALF POWER MODE & ‘HEADROOM/BEDROOM’ ATTENUATOR SWITCH.
Controls (Right to Left):NATURAL CHANNEL: VOLUME | DIRTY CHANNEL: GAIN, BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE, VOLUME| CHANNEL SELECTOR, HALF/STBY/FULL POWER SELECTOR| POWER SWITCH
Valves:PREAMP: 3 X ECC83 (12AX7), 1 X ECC81 (12AT7)
POWER AMP: 2 X EL84
Output Power:0.5, 1, 7 OR 15 WATTS (SWITCHABLE)
EFFECTS LOOP:YES (VALVE BUFFERED)
Unboxed Dimensions (W x H x D):35.6 x 17.7 x 15cm (14.01 x 6.96 x 5.9″)
Boxed Dimensions (W x H x D):43.9 x 25.3 x 23.9cm (17.28 x 9.96 x 9.40″)
Unboxed Weight:6.4Kg (14.10lbs)


“This amp is absolutely wicked! I don’t know what else to say.”

Chris Vinnicombe demos the Rocker 15 Terror

If you want the Orange sound in a mobile package and can’t live without great cleans, then you should really consider this 15 Watt Monster!

While the Rocker 15 Terror is a very different circuit to the old Tiny Terror, it represents to me a near- perfect refinement of that design.







ROCKERVERB 100 MKIII

POSSIBLY THE ONLY 100 WATT HEAD YOU’LL EVER NEED.



Powerful and Versatile

Celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2014, the Rockerverb Series demonstrates better than anything else that a workhorse amp can be a master of all trades. The original Rockerverb was actually our first ever ‘high gain’ amplifier, with a unique voice that quickly became a firm favourite amongst the heavy crowd. However, its supreme versatility and dependability meant the series has been a mainstay for touring artists and session aces, both on the road and in the studio.

The Rockerverb 100 MKIII head combines over a decade of user feedback with a number of new details and improvements. In a first for the Rockerverb Series, the MKIIIs include selectable output power options to manipulate headroom and volume, switching down to 70, 50 or 30W. The MKIII also features the same footswitchable attenuator that has been so popular with users of our Thunderverb and Dual Dark Series amps.

The Clean channel has been revoiced on the new MKIIIs for a more ‘chimey’ response, but still retains the warmth and vintage character of a non-master volume design. The new models now have even greater headroom than previous versions, whilst the valve driven spring reverb now has a more extensive range with a brighter trail. Add to this a host of other hidden refinements and you have the finest sounding and most feature-laden Rockerverb to date.




KEY FEATURES:

HIGHLY VERSATILE TWIN CHANNEL DESIGN

The original Rockerverb gained a cult following on account of its iconic high gain tones. The MKIIIs of course continue this tradition, but these amps are immensely flexible. The Dirty channel goes anywhere from clean to crunch to the very heaviest modern saturation, and always maintains outstanding clarity. The non-master volume Clean channel has been re-engineered to take on a more ‘sparkly’ and ‘crisp’ nature but with greater control through a revoiced two band EQ section. The MKIIIs have even greater headroom and volume in full power mode should you need it but this can now be manipulated with the amp’s output power and Attenuator controls.

FOOTSWITCHABLE ATTENUATOR CONTROL

Cranked amp tones at ‘conversation volumes’. The Attenuator circuit is located after the master volume controls and determines when and how the amp distorts after the preamp stage. This means the overall volume level can be reduced, whilst keeping control over the entire amp’s clipping characteristics. Unlike a loadbox, our design ensures the all-important relationship between the output transformer and the speaker remains intact so, even at very low volumes, the amp remains springy and responsive. Turning the Attenuator control clockwise reduces the overall output level (i.e. increases the attenuation), which can be remotely defeated via a footswitch for a volume boost on either channel for lead lines.

SWITCHABLE OUTPUT POWER

Switching the amp’s output power allows for more control over the headroom and breakup from the output valves. Reduce the output for greater output valve clipping and saturation at lower volume levels. The Rockerverb 100H MKIII features both a ‘half power’ mode which drops the plate voltage on the output valves, and a 2 or 4 valve selector switch for a choice of 100, 70, 50 or 30 Watts.

FOOTSWITCHABLE VALVE DRIVEN SPRING REVERB

Driven by an ECC83/12AT7 valve and a custom transformer, the spring reverb circuit in the MKIII has undergone significant upgrades. Brighter and more controllable than its predecessor, this lush spring reverb circuit covers everything from ‘air’ to full-on surf.

VALVE BUFFERED FX LOOP

For the purist who loves their pedals, our highly transparent effects loop is buffered by a single ECC81/12AT7, ensuring an all-valve signal path from input to output.



I tried not to change too much to the clean channel from the MK2 but it has more chime and headroom as players asked for.





FEATURES:TWIN CHANNEL CLASS A/B GUITAR AMP HEAD, FOOTSWITCHABLE VALVE DRIVEN REVERB, VALVE BUFFERED EFFECTS LOOP, FOOTSWITCHABLE ATTENUATOR & SELECTABLE OUTPUT WATTAGE
TOP PANEL (RIGHT TO LEFT):INPUT, CLEAN CHANNEL: VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE | DIRTY CHANNEL: GAIN, BASS, MID, TREBLE | REVERB, ATTENUATOR | CLEAN/DIRTY SELECTOR, FULL/STANDBY/HALF POWER, MAINS SWITCH
FINISH OPTIONS:Orange or Black basketweave vinyl
VALVES:Preamp: 4 x ECC83/12AX7 & 2 x ECC81/12AT7
Power Amp: 4 x EL34
OUTPUT POWER:100 WATTS: 4 VALVES (FULL POWER)
70 WATTS: 4 VALVES (HALF POWER)
50 WATTS: 2 VALVES (FULL POWER)
30 WATTS: 2 VALVES (HALF POWER)
SPEAKER OUTPUTS:1×8 OHM OR 1×16 OHM OR 2×16 OHM
UNBOXED DIMENSIONS (W x H x D):55 × 27X 28CM (21.65 X 10.63 X 11.02″)
UNBOXED WEIGHT:24.75KG (54.56LB)


This is traditional British amp building at it’s best.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdeRTTKFVmw






VALVE PREAMP | FX LOOP | CABSIM HEADPHONE


WELL, YOU DID ASK FOR IT…

Building on the overwhelming success of our acclaimed Dark Terror and Dual Dark amps, we’ve distilled thousands of customer demands into a pint-sized valve hybrid head – the Micro Dark.

The Micro Dark shares the same intuitive Shape control combined with a new ECC83 (12AX7)-driven high gain preamp section, yielding screaming dirty tones that make a mockery of its miniature frame. Like its bigger brothers, however, the Micro Dark’s smoky black chassis and simple layout actually disguise its cunning versatility.

Of course, there’s plenty of gain on tap to satisfy even the most discerning devotee of distortion, but this little beast is by no means just a one-trick Metal monster! Beneath the menacing exterior you’ll find a rich and diverse palette of classy and confident tones. From squeaky clean to brash and mean – whatever your style – you’re gonna love this thing.

Other features include a transparent, fully-buffered effects loop and a headphone output with our popular CabSim circuitry. With the optional PPC108 cabinet, the Micro is an ideal practice rig… Plug into something a little larger, though, and you might find your new secret weapon in the studio!








TWIN CHANNEL | ATTENUATOR CONTROL | ALL VALVE



The definitive two channel 50W head, made better

Celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2014, the Rockerverb Series demonstrates better than anything else that a workhorse amp can be a master of all trades. The original Rockerverb was actually our first ever ‘high gain’ amplifier, with a unique voice that quickly became a firm favourite amongst the heavy crowd. However, its supreme versatility and dependability meant the series has been a mainstay for touring artists and session aces, both on the road and in the studio.

The Rockerverb 50 MKIII head combines over a decade of user feedback with numerous improvements to the design. In a first for the Rockerverb Series, the MKIIIs include selectable output power options to manipulate headroom and volume. This 50 Watt version switches down to 25W in half power mode, whilst the mains transformers have also been upgraded for better low end response and articulation. The MKIII also features the same footswitchable attenuator that has been so popular with users of our Thunderverb and Dual Dark Series amps.

The Clean channel has been revoiced on the new MKIIIs for a more ‘chimey’ response, but still retains the warmth and vintage character of a non-master volume design. The new models now have even greater headroom than previous versions, whilst the valve driven spring reverb now has a more extensive range with a brighter trail. Add to this a host of other hidden refinements and you have the finest sounding and most feature-laden Rockerverb to date





Highly Versatile Twin Channel Design

The original Rockerverb gained a cult following on account of its iconic high gain tones. The MKIIIs of course continue this tradition, but these amps are immensely flexible. The Dirty channel goes anywhere from clean to crunch to the very heaviest modern saturation, and always maintains outstanding clarity. The non-master volume Clean channel has been re-engineered to take on a more ‘sparkly’ and ‘crisp’ nature but with greater control through a revoiced two band EQ section. The MKIIIs have even greater headroom and volume in full power mode should you need it, but this can now be manipulated with the amp’s output power and Attenuator controls.

Footswitchable Valve Driven Spring Reverb

Driven by an ECC83/12AT7 valve and a custom transformer, the spring reverb circuit in the MKIII has undergone significant upgrades. Brighter and more controllable than its predecessor, this lush spring reverb circuit covers everything from ‘air’ to full-on surf.

Footswitchable Attenuator Control

Cranked amp tones at ‘conversation volumes’. The Attenuator circuit is located after the master volume controls and determines when and how the amp distorts after the preamp stage. This means the overall volume level can be reduced, whilst keeping control over the entire amp’s clipping characteristics. Unlike a loadbox, our design ensures the all-important relationship between the output transformer and the speaker remains intact so, even at very low volumes, the amp remains springy and responsive. Turning the Attenuator control clockwise reduces the overall output level (i.e. increases the attenuation), which can be remotely defeated via a footswitch for a volume boost on either channel for lead lines.

Switchable Output Power

Switching the amp’s output power allows for more control over the headroom and breakup from the output valves. Reduce the output for greater output valve clipping and saturation at lower volume levels. The Rockerverb 50 MKIII features a ‘half power’ mode which drops the plate voltage on the output valves, reducing the output power to 25 Watts.

Valve Buffered FX Loop

For the purist who loves their pedals, our highly transparent effects loop is buffered by a single ECC81/12AT7, ensuring an all-valve signal path from input to output.



I tried not to change too much to the clean channel from the MK2 but it has more chime and headroom as players asked for.





Features:Twin channel Class A/B guitar amp head, footswitchable valve driven reverb, valve buffered effects loop, footswitchable attenuator & selectable output wattage
Top Panel (Right to Left):Input, Clean Channel: Volume, Bass, Treble | Dirty Channel: Gain, Bass, Mid, Treble | Reverb, Attenuator | Clean/Dirty selector, Full/Standby/Half Power, Mains switch
Finish Options:Orange or Black basket weave vinyl
Output Power:50 Watts: Full Power
25 Watts: Half Power
Speakers Outputs:1×16 Ohm or 1 x 8 Ohm or 2 x 16 Ohm
Valves:Preamp: 4 x ECC83/12AX7 & 2 x ECC81/12AT7
Power Amp: 2 x EL34
Unboxed Dimensions (W x H x D):55 × 27 x 28cm (21.65 x 10.63 x 11.02in)
Unboxed Weight:20.75kg (45.75lb)


In an amp category full of one-trick ponies, the Rockerverb MKIII stands as a versatile jack-of-all-trades.

“If you’re after classic heavyweight British tone and iconic styling, the new Rockerverb doesn’t disappoint.”

The Rockerverb is one of the flagship amps from Orange and the most versatile one… it has a “real” clean channel and the drive channel has a huge range of great sounds!








ALL ANALOGUE | INSPIRED FROM OUR ROCKERVERB Mk2 | FOUR STAGES OF GAIN


Solid State Never Sounded So Good

The Crush Pro Series marks our first foray into the realm of high powered, stage-ready solid state amplifiers. Taking its inspiration from the twin channel circuit in our prestigious Rockerverb series, the Crush Pro range has been developed using high grade solid state components. At Orange we have embraced this analogue technology and honed it to the point of perfection. The result is amplifiers that deliver the warm, rich tonal characteristics that have been our hallmark from the very beginning, coupled with extraordinary levels of versatility and construction to match.

For those who prefer a head and cab setup, the Crush Pro head 120 takes the same features and 120 Watt output stage as the Crush Pro 120 combo and puts it in a lightweight head format. A range of speaker cabinets can be connected via the two parallel speaker outputs (min. 8Ω load), but our personal favourites are our own CRPRO412 cab for its potent midrange or our PPC212OB for its unrivalled chime.

The Clean channel is a vintage-inspired design, with plenty of sparkle. As the volume control increases, the amp begins to break up into bluesy crunch at higher settings with musical, touch sensitive overdrive. The overall output volume can then be reduced to ‘bedroom levels’ with global master volume. The Dirty channel takes its roots from the Rockerverb, with four stages of gain covering a wide range of driven tones. Even at the limit, the Dirty channel remains tight and focused with sustain for days! Complete with professional details like a super transparent, fully buffered effects loop, footswitchable digital reverb (hall/spring/plate), and more than enough power for practically any venue, the Crush Pro 120 will always perform, wherever your music takes you.





ALL ANALOGUE SIGNAL PATH

Our commitment to analogue amplifier circuitry in a digital age ensures that the Crush Pro 120 head possess the lively feel and responsiveness that Orange is famous for, inspiring guitarists to play their instruments, not the technology.

TWIN CHANNEL, HIGH GAIN PREAMP DESIGN

Our high-gain preamp design puts a truly inspiring range of complex tones in the hands of the player. High quality, low noise components provide four stages of gain with exceptional richness and clarity. The result is amps that deliver everything from blissful cleans, to classic Bluesy Orange crunch all the way through to full-bodied, ultra high gain Metal distortion. Clean and Dirty channels can be switched on the amp’s top panel or remotely using the optional footswitch.

BUFFERED EFFECTS LOOP

For players who love their pedals, the Crush Pro 120 head has a fully buffered, low impedance loop allowing for any number of effects and cables to be patched between the amp’s input and output sections without sacrificing tone. Our attention to detail here means your pedal arsenal will perform to its absolute peak.

DIGITAL REVERB

With the option of Spring, Plate and Hall Settings, the reverb in the Crush Pro 120 head is an all-new digital module which adds a warm 3D spaciousness to your sound. Ranging from a subtle shimmer to lengthy ethereal trails, the circuit features an analogue ‘dry through’, ensuring your guitar’s tone maintains its integrity as the reverb is blended in.

YOU CAN RUN ONE OF THREE CAB CONFIGURATIONS ON THE CRUSH PRO 120 HEAD:

– One 16 ohm cab connected to the one of the speaker outputs.
– Two 16 ohm cabs connected to both speaker outputs, or daisy-chained together to one of the speaker outputs.
– One 8 ohm cab connected to one of the speaker outputs.
It’s better to not daisy-chain, in case the first cable or cab in the chain were to fail during a performance; then you’d lose all your sound. Running a separate cable to each cab insures at least one cab will still be going if a speaker cable or cab fails during a performance. Use the Orange FS2 to switch reverb on and off and change channels.



Features:Two-channel guitar amp head, Fully Buffered Effects Loop, Footswitchable Digital Reverb (Footswitch Sold Separately).
Controls (Right to Left):Clean Channel: volume, bass and treble.
Dirty Channel: volume, bass, middle, treble and gain.
Global: volume and reverb.
Finish Options:Orange or Black basketweave vinyl
Output Power:120 Watts RMS
Speaker Output Options:MINIMUM 8 OHM: 1 X 16 OHM, 2 X 16 OHM, 1 X 8 OHM
Unboxed Dimensions (W x H x D):(W) 55 X (H) 23 X (D) 25CM / 21.65 X 9.06 X 9.6”
Unboxed Weight:14.4KG / 31.75 LB


The Crush Pro sounds big and powerful in the room, with more than enough punch for stage use in typical pub and club gigging scenarios.

Be prepared to consign your negative preconceptions to the same scrapheap as the stiff and unmusical transistor amps of decades past; Orange has proven that there absolutely is a place for solid-state technology in today’s amp market, especially when it punches this far above its weight, sonically.






HAND WIRED PERFECTION



Our Custom Shop Series represents over forty years of craftsmanship, creating some of world’s very finest amps in limited numbers.

Combining a beautifully straightforward front panel, elegant construction and exquisite Blues-Rock tones, the Custom Shop 50 is the quintessential ‘player’s’ amp. Meticulously hand wired using premium grade components and heavy gauge copper wire, the internals are nothing short of a work of art.

Sonically, this single channel gem caters for those guitarists pursuing pure and unadulterated tonal refinement. Switching between 30 Watts Class A and 50 Watts Class A/B output alters the amp’s feel and response, with a wonderfully sensitive chime in Class A mode. In the Class A/B setting, the mids open up, for a more aggressive, full-bodied kick.

The EQ section is highly responsive, and interacts brilliantly with the Gain control, going from round and smooth, to bold and snarly. Our unique HF Drive control allows for fine tuning of the upper harmonics. As the HF Drive reaches 3 o’clock on the dial, it adds negative feedback at the output stage for a rich, thick overdrive which sails through any mix. A footswitchable EQ lift provides an awe-inspiring canvas for lead work, adding fullness and singing sustain. For classic British tone, it doesn’t get any better than the Custom Shop 50.





KEY FEATURES:

Handwired, single channel: 

“Old School” Tonal purity.

50W Class A/B & 30W Class A modes:

Brighter & Sweeter in 30W. More ‘girth’/low mids in 50W

HF Drive Control:

Fine tune the upper mids and saturate the output valves. Works particularly at high volumes (negative feedback)

Footswitchable EQ Lift:

Providing an awe-inspiring canvas for lead work, adding fullness and a singing sustain.



FeaturesSingle channel hand wired head, 50W Class A/B and 30W Class A modes, footswitchable EQ defeat and HF Drive control.
Front Panel Controls (Right to Left) Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble, HF Drive, Master Volume
Rear Panel Controls50W Class A/B / 30W Class A switch
Valves2 x ECC83/12AX7 | 2 x EL34
Speaker Output Options1×16Ω, 1×8Ω or 2×16Ω
Dimensions (W x D x H)55×27x24cm (21.65×10.63×9.45in)
Weight18.55kg (40.9lb)


This level of care and workmanship is rare, but more importantly, it’s done so that your amp can outlast you and a lifetime of pro use.

The thick, juicy overdriven tones that this beast of a head kicks out are some of the most satisfying we’ve heard from any amp.

The CS 50 stands proudly and resolutely unique, and for that we like it a lot. In fact, we might just love it.

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It sounds, in a word, Orange: big, loud and solid, with a strong, oaky ‘clonk’ in the midrange and plenty of clarity at the top.
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The first thing you’ll notice about the CS50 when you see one is the bulletproof construction and and superb build quality.

The detail and pick response is nothing short of astounding and makes you play better as you listen much more to your sound and the way it is interpreted by the amplifier.

I LOVED working with this amp.







ALL VALVE | BUFFERED EFFECTS LOOP | 15 WATTS


VINTAGE LOOKS, VERSATILE SOUNDS

Don’t be fooled by the retro styling. Behind the OR15’s “Pics Only” faceplate lives a modern, high-gain 15W amp capable of a hugely diverse range of Orange tones. Based on the Dirty channel of our Flagship Rockerverb amps, this EL84-powered little monster pushes out everything from classic cleans to cutting-edge Metal, oozing character at every notch on its five simple dials.

Amazingly playable and switchable from 15 Watts to 7, the responsive EL84 output section and power switching options offer the perfect balance of gain, volume and feel, finding the elusive “sweet spot” in any stage or studio setting. Complete with a valve-buffered FX Loop, the OR15 is equally at home with old-school players “riding the volume control” or at the centre of a complex, modern rig.