Renowned British Amp Manufacturer, Orange Amplification is delighted to have joined forces with Kiesel Guitars, Two Notes, Eventide, Temple Pedalboards, JamOrigin, Evidence Audio, RightOn straps, GHS Strings and Hooke Audio to create a competition with an incredible prize worth in excess of £4000 / $5000.

Included in this awesome package is an Orange Rocker 32, a compact, portable, all valve stereo guitar combo, perfect for pedals. Orange have also included an OMEC Teleport –  a guitar pedal containing a studio grade USB recording interface and offers musicians limitless opportunities to experiment.

Kiesel Guitars have added a Delos six string guitar, finished in Jet Black Raw with a Roasted Flamed Maple neck and fretboard to the bundle. This is complimented by a Temple Pedalboard Duo 17 Pedalboard, an Evidence Audio SIS/Monorail Patch Cable Kit, a RightOn OMEC Custom vegan strap, a copy of JamOrigin MIDI Guitar processor, Hooke Verse wireless headphones and forty eight sets of GHS strings, plus one of their fingerboard care kits. Eventide Audio have completed the prize with the following effects pedals and plugins: Eventide Rose H9 & PowerMax, Eventide H9 Max Harmoniser Effect Pedal, Eventide Instant Phaser MKII Plugin for Mac/PC and the Eventide Flanger MKII Plugin for Mac/PC.

To enter simply go to https://orangeamps.com/teleport-your-tone-competition click the orange button and enter your details – it’s as easy as that! Be quick, the competition closes on 31st July 2019 at 15.59 BST/ 23.59 EST.

Orange Amplification’s latest new products, the TremLord 30 and Pedal Baby are receiving rave reviews worldwide and are already proving to be a hit with artists.

The TremLord 30, Orange’s most vintage guitar amp ever, is a 30w 1×112 all valve guitar combo with built-in valve driven tremolo and reverb. Talking about the fifties inspired amp, John Bohlinger, Premier Guitar, says “I really like its simplicity, tone and its ear candy tremolo… what else do you want?”

In his review for the same magazine, Gear Editor, Charles Saufley described the TremLord as “putting a new spin on the signature Orange sound with brighter, more articulate tones, greater headroom, multi-speed trem and sopping wet reverb… in a unique and soulful way”. James Bagshaw (Temples) commented “When I think of Orange I think of gain. This amp has turned that on its head, it’s crystal clear” and Kelby Ray (Cadillac Three) said “I love that Orange build amps with so few knobs… the new TremLord creates awesome warm sounds with a nice rich overdrive… it sounds great”.

The Pedal Baby 100 is a 100w solid state, Class A/B compact power amp designed for touring. Guitar magazine gave it their Editor’s Choice Award and described it as “a compact, user-friendly slab of tonal reassurance for the pedal-happy guitarist… it handles everything with poise… and with trouser flapping volume!” Colin of CSGuitars describes the Pedal Baby as “the fly-in solution for touring musicians needing a lightweight, compact power amp that can drive a 16 Ohm cabinet with enough headroom to amplify their pedal board or effects processor for those upcoming summer festival dates”. Tim Bertsch (Jaded Mary & Soul Resonance) said “My Orange Pedal Baby is a mighty powerhouse capable of producing thundering, earth shaking volume all while maintaining pristine clarity from 1 to 10!… I can configure it in a myriad of ways to fit whichever sonic application I am looking for”.

Guitarists looking for a retro British accented tremolo effect combo or a small power amp ideal for on the road can go to https://orangeamps.com/dealers/ to locate their nearest Orange dealer.

Orange Amplification was delighted to provide the amps for the recent celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles last public performance. Students of LIPA Sixth Form College (LSFC) brought shoppers to a standstill as they performed on the rooftop of Starbucks at Liverpool ONE shopping centre.

The Beatles performance in 1969 took place on the roof of Apple Corp’s Savile Row office in London while filming for their movie Let it Be, and features five songs. The LSFC celebration featured nine bands playing Beatles material from across their entire career.

Cliff Cooper, CEO and founder of Orange Amplification and Honorary Patron of The Strawberry Field Charity campaign said, ‘I am delighted that Orange was able to support this event. It is wonderful to see young people enjoying playing music and taking part in an event to celebrate The Beatles legacy.’

To find out more about LSFC please go to https://www.lipasixthformcollege.org/home. To find out more about Orange Amplification and its products please go to https://orangeamps.com/.

Orange Amplification is delighted to announce ambassadors Orianthi, Glenn Hughes and Andreas Kisser will be visiting their booth #4644, Hall D signing autographs during NAMM 2019.

New Orange Ambassador, Orianthi, the in-demand, guitarist, singer and songwriter is currently working on her new album, Love Bomb, and will be touring Australia and Japan later in the year. As well as her solo work, she has performed in the past with Michael Jackson and Alice Cooper.

Glenn Hughes, former bassist and singer of Deep Purple, and current front man of Black Country Communion, recently announced the latest dates of his two year, twice round the world Classic Deep Purple Live tour. He will be playing across the USA and UK throughout the spring before moving into Europe in the summer.

Andreas Kisser and Sepultura have just celebrated two years on the road with their Machine Messiah, non-stop tour which took in almost two hundred shows, one hundred and eighty cities, more than forty countries and four continents! They plan to start writing a new album soon.

Appearance Details (PST) on the Orange Amplification booth #4644 Hall D:

Friday 25th January 2019

11:30am – Andreas Kisser (Sepultura)

2:00pm – Glenn Hughes

Saturday 26th January 2019

1:00pm – Glenn Hughes

4:00pm – Orianthi

Visit the Orange Amplification booth #4644, Hall D to meet and hang with the Orange Ambassadors and other surprise visitors, plus see and hear all the new products

Orange Amplification proudly present the Pedal Baby 100. A 100W class A/B power amplifier, designed for the touring musician. Neutral-sounding but still flattering, it’s perfect for guitarists running pedal boards, modellers or digital processors. Light, compact and built for the road; fly dates and changing venues are all taken in its stride. See the product demo video here.

  • CLASS A/B POWER AMP: While Class D amps are favoured for their efficiency, Class A/B amps have a certain “feel” that you can’t get any other way. The Pedal Baby 100 gives guitarists back the dynamics, punch and natural sound that is missing in modern power amps. Plus, Class A/B amps produce real power through standard guitar cabs; 100W into 8 ohms and 70W into 16 Ohms, to be precise.
  • CLASS A FRONT END: Inspired by valve amp design, the Pedal Baby 100 uses a Class A, single-ended front end. 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 PEDALS: Different to traditional guitar amplifiers, the EQ has been designed to be flatter and more neutral. At 12 o’clock (neutral) the EQ cuts out allowing the tone to be exactly what your pedals define. With a responsive Bass and Treble control, guitarists can tune their cabinet to get the tone they’re looking for.
  • PEDAL BABY: 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.

See the new Pedal Baby at the Orange Amplification booth #4644, Hall D at Winter NAMM 2019 where all the other new products can also be seen.

The Amp We Never Made – Until Today!

Orange Amplification is proud to announce their most vintage guitar amplifier ever, the TremLord 30, a 30w 1×12 all valve guitar combo with built-in valve driven tremolo and reverb. Orange have done it differently again – making a fifties inspired amp for the modern player, see the TremLord in action here.

Designed in the UK by Orange’s Technical Director, Ade Emsley and built with clean players in mind, the TremLord features: –

·    EL84 valves giving loads of clean headroom, making it the perfect platform for all guitar pedals.

·    Valve Tremolo with two foot switchable speeds giving versatile depth control, play the guitar not the amp’s controls.

·    A two spring Reverb tank offering masses of reverb with springs that can be heard, making it deeper, splashier and crashier.

·    A post – tremolo FX loop allows players to use proper, built in tremolo anywhere in a modern FX chain.

·    A specially designed premium Lavoce 12” speaker which is smooth, clean and warm with a clear defined sound.

·    Headroom (30/15 Watts) or Bedroom (2 Watts/1 Watt) Switch for practice or recording at low volume levels.

Created with the same high quality parts and exceptional attention to detail as all Orange amps, throw anything at this versatile amp and it simply takes it in its stride. Stop looking back for the perfect retro amp and look forward to trying the TremLord.

Check it out at the Orange Amplification booth #4644, Hall D at Winter NAMM 2019 where all the other Orange products can also be seen.

Orange Amplification is delighted to announce it will be partnering with Rough Trade to provide sound equipment for artist performances, enabling both iconic British companies to continue to support and champion live music.

Celebrating its fiftieth year, Orange Amplification has always been at the cutting edge of music sound and amplification. The company is renowned for its ‘British tone’ which is revered across the globe and has long been respected for the help, support and encouragement it gives to artists and musicians.

As one of the most respected and loved music retailers, Rough Trade has focused on emphasising the social aspect of exciting music. The independent company has a global reputation hosting free in-store gigs performed with the highest specification of staging and sound equipment. Its stages at Rough Trade East, Nottingham and Bristol Stores will now be graced with a range of Orange Amps.

Stephen Godfroy, Co-Owner, Rough Trade commented “Rough Trade are proud and excited to partner with Orange Amps for all our UK in-store live events. Their independent heritage and five decades of craftsmanship are qualities we’re proud to celebrate with our extensive programme of events, featuring their iconic amps in our Bristol, Nottingham and East London backline spec for bands to enjoy. We look forward to celebrating their 50th Anniversary with them later in the year – here’s to another 50!

The three Rough Trade live stage areas are now equipped with an amplification selection that includes Rocker 32’s, 4 Strokes, OBC410’s and more. The Rocker 32 is probably the perfect, portable, all valve stereo amp combo for guitarists. It has the classic Orange mojo in abundance with a small stage footprint. The 4 Stroke is the amp for discerning and demanding modern bass players delivering powerful tones with a natural, rounded emphasis, combined with the classic OBC410 the two together produce a highly focused sound giving tons of great low end which allow the mids to shine through.

Previous Orange Ambassadors to have graced the Rough Trade stages include Slaves as well as Everything Everything and The Cribs. Upcoming in-store events include Jon Spencer, Connan Mockasin, John Grant and Bobby Gillespie.

To find out more about Orange Amps, its gear and ambassadors please go to

https://orangeamps.com/ . To find out more about Rough Trade, its stores and live gigs please go to https://www.roughtrade.com/regions

To celebrate its 50th Anniversary Orange Amplification is issuing a limited edition White Crush 20.

When they were launched in 2015, the classic analogue tones of the Crush Series of amps redefined the term for ‘practice amps’ by offering a genuine alternative to digital modeling. These acclaimed solid state amps are now found everywhere.

The compact and portable Crush 20 has an uncompromising approach to guitar tone that produces a sound far greater than its size suggests. The versatile, workhorse of an amp produces a spectrum of Oranges distinctive British tones, with its simple and intuitive controls. Small and lightweight, the powerful Crush 20 delivers a tube-like sound quality and performance at an affordable price.

For a limited time only the Crush 20 will be available finished in a pristine white basket weave vinyl topped with a commemorative Orange Amplification 50th Anniversary plate. It may look innocent, but appearances can be deceptive!

TICKETS for NOW ON SALE – http://www.desertfest.co.uk/tickets (Desertfest is 3rd-5th May 2019)

ALL THEM WITCHES | KADAVAR | WITCH | EARTHLESS | COLOUR HAZE | WE HUNT
BUFFALO | DVNE

Following the biggest year to date, Desertfest London returns for its eighth year. As the
2018 line-up encompassed some of the most legendary and diverse acts the festival has
ever seen, with Napalm Death, Hawkwind and Monster Magnet, to name just a few – the
bar has been raised and the stakes are even higher for the UK’s best stoner rock & doom
festival to pull out all the stops once again. So, with that Desertfest are set to reveal the first
seven acts who will be making up the 2019 edition of the festival, which will be taking over
the streets of Camden Town in a smoke-filled haze throughout the May bank holiday
weekend.

One of the most exciting, genre bending bands of recent time, ALL THEM WITCHES dark
blues sound is one that has given the four-piece a reputation few could ever dream of. The
Nashville natives take their deep Southern groove and effortless straddle the fence of
psychedelia, blues and hard rock with unrivalled precision. Their live performance etched its
way into our memory like few who have come before them, so we are beyond excited to
share their musical genius at Desertfest; ALL THEM WITCHES are forging their own path and
we highly recommend jumping on the journey, because it’s definitely going somewhere
special.

An extremely welcome return to Desertfest since their performance way back in 2013 is the
mighty KADAVAR. One of our favourite bands to get down with, these Berlin rockers bring
out the boogie like a jammin’ beast that just got out of its cage. A retro revival with the
power of a ten-tonne truck, KADAVAR shared the following about being asked to join the DF
weekend once again: “We’re very excited to return London next year as part of an amazing
line up! It has been a while now. We will be bringing new songs to the island and look
forward to partying with you!! See you soon!”

Iconic doom quartet WITCH will bring its Sabbath-come-Zeppelin-influenced hard rock
sounds to British shores for the first time in over a decade at Desertfest 2019. With
Dinosaur Jr’s very own J. Mascis at the rhythmic and creative helm, music industry maverick
and bass master Dave Sweetapple, Kyle Thomas on vocals and Graham Clise on guitar, their
self-titled debut album struck its cords deep into the heart of the doom scene. Desertfest
are truly honoured to be playing host to the return of WITCH, the band have released some
of the most hook-heavy songs of the modern age and despite rarely playing live, their
seminal stoner rock sound will be a performance to remember.

Desertfest are extremely excited to welcome psych-pioneers EARTHLESS to the festival for
the very first time. The San Diego based trio have recently pushed things to a new level with
their latest offering ‘Black Heaven’. EARTHLESS are an undeniably mind-melting force to be
reckoned with and have been a long-awaited band for the Desertfest bill, drummer Mario
Rubacala shares: ‘Hello Desert “feasters” Earthless will be making our way out to you all for
Desertfest next year! Delighted to make some noise for you all and add to the musical feast!
See you there!’

COLOUR HAZE will also be joining the 2019 proceedings, with one of the most incredible
psychedelic light shows accompanying their perfectly tripped-out sound. Plus on the bill will
be Vancouver fuzz lovers WE HUNT BUFFALO, whose brand of prog-minded fuzz rock has
been stampeding out of amps and trampling audiences since 2010 plus Edinburgh’s melodic
sludge monsters DVNE.

Orange Amplification is pleased to introduce the great sounding OBC112, the latest additionto be added to their growing arsenal of bass cabinets. The highly successful OBC Series are the go to cabs for Orange Ambassadors such as Geddy Lee (Rush), Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple) and John McVie  (Fleetwood Mac).

As a builder of cabinets that have been industry standards for five decades, Orange understands that size, shape and design, plus the materials used, play an enormous part in shaping the sound a cabinet produces. Ordinarily, the larger the cab, the bigger the sound. This new, smaller bass cab neatly combines portability and solid construction with a big sound that belies its size.

Thiste rear porting cab features the outstanding Lavoce Neodymium 12” Speakers. These thump out a remarkably hefty sound, producing plenty of volume and a surprising amount of bottom, particularly when stacked. Built for the bass player who needs some firepower, from classic rock to thrash metal, this cab can handle anything while delivering excellent performance every time.

Built for a life on the road, the OBC112 is constructed from 15mm birch ply making it extremely light and easily transportable. Craftsman built, this is a quality cab that will withstand the rigors of the road without the back-breaking weight. Whatever the conditions, no matter how tough the tour, regardless what demands are placed on it, the OBC will keep playing on.

Its classic Orange styling, the iconic livery, the basket weave vinyl, acoustic grill cloth and signature picture frame edge, make it immediately recognisable and sure to stand out from the crowd. Any bass player reliant on a massive bottom end for their sound, looking for a lightweight cabinet needs an Orange OBC112 in their rig.