ALL ANALOGUE | TWIN CHANNEL | HUGE TONAL RANGE

Six Dials, Virtually Limitless Possibilities

With jangly cleans and high gain filth coexisting in perfect harmony, TH Series amplifiers excel whatever the situation. The Dirty channel features the same powerful Shape control first seen on our Thunderverb series, sweeping the midrange from scooped to boosted. Fine-tuning your distorted tones has never been easier or more rewarding. The Clean channel delivers sweet, crystalline cleans, right up to the point of breakup, whilst the Dirty channel remains unerringly focussed, steeped in complex harmonic overtones even at maximum gain settings.

The TH30 has proved to be one of the most popular heads in the Orange range, and with good reason. The sheer range of tones that can be dialed in from just six controls is nothing short of jawdropping whilst the quartet of EL84 valves convey their own crisp character, breaking up into rich overdrive when pushed to the limit. The switchable output section can be used to tailor the amp to the situation, scaling down from 30 to 15 or 7 Watts. The TH30 also features our low impedance valve buffered effects loop.

FeaturesFoot switchable twin channel, all valve, valve FX loop
ControlsDirty Volume, Shape, Gain. Clean Treble, Bass, Volume
Output Power (Heads and Combos)7 , 15 or 30 Watts
Power Handling (Cabinets)NA
Valves (Heads and Combos)Power amp: 4 xEL84
Preamp: 4 x Ecc83/12ax7
FX Loop: 1 x Ecc81/12at7
Speaker Output options (Heads)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
Speakers (Combos and Cabinets)NA
Impedance (Cabinets)NA
Extension Cabinet Options (Combos)NA
Unboxed Dimensions (W x H x D)55 x 27 x 24 CM (21.65 x 10.63 x 9.45″)
Unboxed Weight15.55 KG (34.28 lb)
Guitar World Magazine

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.

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Music Radar

This 30 watt amp cocktail contains the best of the Dual Terror, Thunderverb and Rockverb.

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Premier Guitar

A fine addition to their product line. With its simple layout and feature set and its flexible voicing, it packs the potential to deliver that classic fat and bright Orange tone, but it also stays punchy and refined without having to be blisteringly loud. And that simplicity makes this perhaps the perfect place to start for a neophyte looking for the classic, brawny Orange sound. It’s easy to see how the TH30 could win over the hearts and ears of players otherwise sold on classic, clean nonmaster-volume circuits and high-gain aficionados seeking a little more flexibility.o.

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Guitar Player

There’s more than enough gain on tap to effortlessly coax searing lead tones and willing feedback from the TH30, but the Dirty channel cleans up sweetly for vintage blues and crunch tones as desired. Set to Clean, the TH30 is impressively clear and sparkly, with shed loads of headroom and plenty of classic Brit chime. Around the middle of the Volume dial, the highs can be just a tad harsh on a Tele or Strat bridge pickup, but it’s a great channel overall. Finally, the effects loop is quiet and smooth and works just as it should. All told, the TH30 is a delightful amp to play—and a delightfully simple tool for crafting fierce, dynamic tones.

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