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  • Gear Review: Orange 4-Stroke Bass Amp and OCB410 Cabinet

    Gear Review: Orange 4-Stroke Bass Amp and OCB410 Cabinet

    The latest amp offering from Orange, 4-Stroke 300W Bass Amp paired with their OCB410 Bass Cabinet is a sweet combination bassist wanting an all analog Class A/B amp for both clean sounding or bit of edge. This a rock bassist rig without a doubt, but it really delivers on versatility. The 4-Stroke has a different... »

  • Orange Amplification Introduces The Crush Bass Combo Series

    Orange Amplification Introduces The Crush Bass Combo Series

    Orange redesigned their entry-level bass combo range with the Orange Crush Bass series. The line – consisting of 25, 50, and 100-watt combos – upgrades their most accessible bass amps with a parametric EQ circuit inspired by their new 4 Stroke bass amp. They also feature analog circuitry, redesigned speakers and ported cabinetry, an onboard... »

  • Gear Review: Orange Amplification O Bass

    Gear Review: Orange Amplification O Bass

    The O Bass by Orange Amplification is their first offering in the bass guitar market, aimed at appealing to the retro vibe market. It’s not hard to see the paring of an O Bass and a tube powered bass amp sonically. It’s definitely a rock bassist’s guitar, although you can get a pretty fat full... »

  • Orange Introduces 4 Stroke Bass Amplifiers

    Orange Introduces 4 Stroke Bass Amplifiers

    Orange Amplification has introduced the 4 Stroke Bass Amplifier, an all-analog bass head available in 300 and 500-watt versions. The Class AB amps are described as staying “crystal clean and expressive all the way up, without ever becoming sterile or fatiguing.” Each amp centers around a 4-band parametric EQ section that has variable frequency knobs... »

  • Orange Amplification Launches O Bass Guitar

    Orange Amplification Launches O Bass Guitar

    Orange Amplification took to NAMM to launch the O Bass, a vintage-styled bass that comes in Teardrop Sunburst, Off-Black and Orange finishes. The bass first made an appearance at the 2014 Winter NAMM show as a demonstrator piece, but came to production after videos of the instrument spread online. The company describes the O Bass... »

  • Orange Amplification Unveils OBC210 Mini Bass Cabinet

    Orange Amplification Unveils OBC210 Mini Bass Cabinet

    Orange Amplification has announced the OBC210 Mini Bass Amp, a 2×10 cab that the company calls their “smallest conventional, non-isobaric cabinet to date.” The new enclosure includes two ten-inch Eminence Legend speakers and has an power rating of 400 watts at 8 ohms. The OBC210 Mini is constructed with birch plywood and features Orange signature... »

  • Orange Amplification Announces OB1 Bass Amp Series

    Orange Amplification Announces OB1 Bass Amp Series

    Orange Amplifiers has announced the OB1 Series of class A/B rack mountable bass amplifiers. The amps are based on recent bi-amping trends, the company says. “For years bassists have been combining guitar and bass amps to remarkable effect, adding harmonics and layers of overdrive from a guitar amp to their core bass tone in pursuit... »

  • Orange Amplification Announces OB-1K Bass Amplifier

    Orange Amplification Announces OB-1K Bass Amplifier

    Orange Amplification introduced the new OB-1K bass amplifier at the NAMM Show this year. The 1000-watt solid-state amplifier is inspired by bi-amping and splits the signal into two separate paths. The first side offers a tight, clean bass sound while the second features two stages of controllable gain and is rich in upper harmonics. Each... »

  • Orange Amplification Announces DIVO VT1000 Valve Tester

    Orange Amplification Announces DIVO VT1000 Valve Tester

    Orange Amplification has released the DIVO VT1000 Valve Tester, an automatic tube tester that performs a host of diagnostics on both preamp and power amp tubes. The unit has one octal and two nine pin valve sockets to fit different types of tubes. Once inserted, the user presses the start button and the tests are... »