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Introducing the Terror Stamp

Orange Amplification is proud to launch the Terror Stamp, probably the most portable class A/B, 20 Watt amp ever. It is a pocket sized powerhouse, packing all the punch of the miniscule Micro Terror and Micro Dark into a small pedal format. Masses of Terror tone at the stamp of your foot

The tiny Terror Stamp floor amp can fit on a pedal board and is packed with features including 8/16Ohm Speaker Output, Fully-buffered FX Loop, CabSim/Headphone Output, Shape Control and Foot Switchable Master Volume. Its diminutive, robust case measures only measures 6.1 x 13.4 x 9.9cm (2.4 x 5.4 x 3.9in) and weighs 0.38Kg (0.84lb). A minute amp with a massive sound and a tiny stage footprint that fits neatly in a coat pocket!

The amp’s hybrid valve / solid state design offers guitarists the best of both worlds. The ECC83 valve based preamp has all the harmonics, dynamics and feel expected from a full size Orange amp and offers crystal clean tones through to thunderingly high gain. By combining this with a 20W Class AB Solid State power amp, Orange has succeeded in creating a devilishly small, dependable amp which sounds great at any volume, and can even be used to power a 4×12 cab.

With the Terror Stamp, Orange continue to prove that the biggest sounds can come from the tiniest packages. Typical Orange simplicity, with that unmistakable Orange British tone.

  1. Hugo Montes Skertchly
    Hugo Montes Skertchly says:

    I was looking for something just like this. I want to use my headphones with a head amp. I just want to know how can I connect an aux input to jam over a backing track. Can you help me?

    • Neil Mitchell
      Neil Mitchell says:

      Hi Hugo,
      Unfortunately this is not possible on the Terror Stamp – it does not have an Aux. input. The Micro Terror can achieve this and, although not a head, so can the Crush 35RT (and this has CabSim on the headphone output too!)

  2. David Trevino
    David Trevino says:

    When it says it packs the same punch as a micro terror or micro dark terror does that mean I’ll be able to get the same sounds as both in one convenient pedal? Or is it just stating that they’re similar?

    • Neil Mitchell
      Neil Mitchell says:

      Just that they’re similar. It’s probably closer to the Micro Terror than the Micro Dark