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Solid State Combo for Electric Guitar

  • Output power: 35 W
  • Equipped with 1x 10" loudspeaker
  • Clean/ Dirty switch
  • Controls for Gain, Clean and Dirty
  • 3 Band EQ
  • Aux input: 3.5 mm mini jack
  • Digital reverb
  • Tuner
  • Headphone output with cabinet simulation
  • FX loop (Foot switch not included, suitable footswitch: Orange FS-1 - Article Nr:

    170368

    )
  • Colour: orange
Power 35 W
Speaker 1x 10"
Channels 1
Reverb Yes
Effects Processor Yes
External FX Loop Yes
Line Input Yes
Recording Output No
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection Yes
Incl. Footswitch No
Item number 356303
£222
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Great quality for a great price
LukeStrawB 23.11.2020
The amp is really solid and pretty loud. So, if you don't want to bother your neigbours, you have to keep the volume down. The volume knob, however, is sensible enough to have a nice control so you can chose easily the level you want.

The gain of the dirty channel is very felxible, so the amp can space from a slight crunch type of sound to an heavilly distorted metal-like sound.
The only problem i found with the common eq for the clean and dirty channel is that, when you turn up the volume, there is an enormous quantity of low-end frequencies that come out in the dirty one, so in theese cases, in my opinion, you can't use easily both channels without touching the eq.

The spring reverb is good and easily controllable.
The chromatic tuner is basic and intuitive.

The simulated headphones output is somehow brighter than the cone out (at low volumes), but the sound is still good so you can use it to record with a soundcard.

The manual says that the clean channel can naturally break up at higher volumes, but without a wattage control or a master volume it's just too loud for any bedroom or "practice amp" situation.
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Brutal bone crushing riff machine
Monster Riff of Doom 12.02.2021
Yep, that's the truth for this beast. Arrived today and it blew me away. Now I know why people like ORANGE :)
Sounds great with my shitty old Yamaha Pacifica without any pedals, only using the dirty channel. This amp can sound in so many ways - from pristine clean tones, to smooth blues and jazz, through rockabilly and hard rock to stoner, doom and black metal.
Amazing!
Worth every cent, though I could've gotten away with the 20 watt version for home use and practice, but what the hell, the bigger the better :)
Now just waiting for my new Hagstrom Fantomen guitar to arrive and the madness can begin.
I recommend this on 100%.
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If at first .....
Mike1332 24.03.2015
This is my first Orange amp. having used Vox, Marshall etc. in the past. I wanted a practice/recording amp and this seemed like a suitable unit. The build quality is certainly very good, it feels substantial without being unweildy, and looks the part, if you like bright liveries! I've tried it with a variety of guitars, both single coil and humbucker, so I think I am able to comment with some justice. It has to be said that initially I was going to write a negative review, but maybe the speaker takes time to bed in, because things are looking better now!
The first comment is that the voicing is on the dark side, certainly no glassy treble to be had, even with a Strat. Having said that, it's the speaker - how do I know, well with headphones the opposite holds true, painful treble is on hand. Of course, my headphones might be to blame, but they work very well with my stereo so I don't think so. Equally it might be the cab sim they mention for the headphone output, but whatever, the speaker sound is too dark - I have the treble fully up and still no brightness.The second comment concerns the dirty channel - I'm not a huge distortion fan so maybe I'm not the best judge, but it reverses the dark voicing of the clean channel and sounds a bit fizzy for me, probably because it restores the missing treble from the clean channel. I think Orange have got this balance wrong, at least for me. If I am to use this amp for recording I am going to have to bring the treble down quite a bit. I haven't had time to put this through my DAW yet, so I'm judging this from the headphones, but they have a good track record.
So overall, the product is well built, it is as loud as you would expect, but the tone voicing has lost it's way somewhere along the line.
Bear in mind that for me a Fender amp is my ideal and perhaps that puts my comments in perspective for those of you who like the dirty side of life!
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Wow!
helwera 26.07.2020
Finally got it, wanted it for ages!
Mega powerful amp with beautiful tones. Working beautifully with my Gretsch guitar. Amazing sound through headphones jack (other amps are really lacking it)
Love the feature where you can record the sound from your amp through the headphone jack and interface straight into your DAW. Very useful for your home studio, don't need to worry about setting your mic with the amp and other background noises - amazing!
Again, great feature for practice/ recording using the effect loop!
Very easy to operate and find the sweet spot for the perfect sound. Would definitely recommend this amp to work with pedal board!
But even if you don't use pedals yet, they offer lovely reverb and mad dirty fuzzy effects!
Cheers!
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