Orange amps?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by DeathSuperMario, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. DeathSuperMario

    DeathSuperMario Member

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    I don't need much in 70's soviet build apartment in estonia.
    I have roland micro cube. Don't like it much.
    First I was thinking micro terror. Then I read reviews.
    Watched youtube videos. This thing in not for me.
    I play clean blues to metal sounding punk. Also Ska to dub with reverb.
    I Would like to use pedals.

    Orange crush 12 or crush 20?
    Wich one? For my ears crush 12 is same as crush 20.
    Crush 20 is only louder and more watts.
    I don't need loudness. Only for practicing with
    and without effect pedals.
     
  2. DeathSuperMario

    DeathSuperMario Member

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    Ended up buying orange crush 12.
     
  3. dudergroob

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    I just got the Crush Pro 60 Watt Combo...it might be more than what you're looking for but I really like it! I made a little demo of it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2Jj_I3bxJ0

    It's great with pedals and the amps own distortion is great. It's got an effects loop as well.
     
  4. StompBoxBlues

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    Congrats! How are you liking it? I only played an orange once at a gig when it was the back line, loved it...had some really great sound. It was a bigger one, but I imagine orange is a really good amp, all their models.
     
  5. DeathSuperMario

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    For a pure simple 12w transistor amp the orange crush 12 is great. Works with effects very well.
     
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