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Nick Johnston Becomes Latest Orange Amps Ambassador

Nick Johnston Becomes Latest Orange Amps Ambassador

Canadian guitarist and songwriter, Nick Johnston, has become Orange Amplification’s latest Ambassador. The critically acclaimed musician, known for his fantastic tone, is delighted to be continuing his exploration of new levels of melody, harmony and composition with an Orange Rockerverb 100 MKIII.

Johnston is one of the hottest virtuoso guitar players around. He is much admired for his compelling ability to blend progressive metal seamlessly with thematic instrumental playing. Johnston’s distinctive approach is widely acknowledged as unique, drawing heavily on an extensive range of music genres from blues to classic sci-fi scores. The dramatic and mature combination of his musicality and natural storytelling skills allow him to paint vivid, luscious landscapes with his music. Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Smith in Guitar Gear News
Orange Amps Launch Instagram Programme #OrangeHangs

Orange Amps Launch Instagram Programme #OrangeHangs

Meet The Orange Team With A Series Of Instagram Live Sessions

Orange Amplification hopes that you and your family are staying safe and healthy during this difficult time.

Orange is offering a ray of sunshine with the #OrangeHangs programme of live Instagram sessions. Simply visit the Orange Amps ‘Watch Live’ Instagram for regular bright spells of positivity, help, advice and general rambles from a wide range of the company’s dedicated experts and ambassadors.

Every Tuesday and Friday at 2:00pm EST (6:00pm GMT) join Orange’s Global Artist Relations Manager, Alex Auxier, in Artists Relations Corner. He will be providing insights into endorsements, general Orange information and remote interviewing artists and industry guests. The hangs will also include live Q & A sessions. Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Smith in Guitar Gear News
Orange Amplification Launch The Terror Stamp

Orange Amplification Launch 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! Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Smith in Guitar Gear News
Orange Amplifications Introduce The Little Bass Thing

Orange Amplifications Introduce The Little Bass Thing

Orange Amplification is delighted to introduce the Little Bass Thing. A straightforward, lightweight bass amp, designed with the modern bass player in mind. The amp is 500W’s of Class D muscle, combined with a powerful, solid state pre-amp, packed snugly into a diminutive 3KG package. This tiny toolbox amplifier delivers maximum tone with minimum fuss. Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Smith in Guitar Gear News
Orange Amplifications Launch The Bass Butler

Orange Amplifications Launch The Bass Butler

A Bass Rig In A Pedal

Orange Amplification unleash the Bass Butler, an entire Bi-Amp bass rig in a pedal. The new pedal splits the bass guitar signal, at input, into completely separate, parallel, analogue signal chains, just like a real bi-amp rig – without an amp in sight. Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Smith in Guitar Gear News
Orange Launch Crush Acoustic 30

Orange Launch Crush Acoustic 30

Orange Amplification is delighted to launch the Crush Acoustic 30, extending its’ range of acoustic amplification products.

The new Crush Acoustic 30 is designed to project clear, distinct sounds with its angled construction and 30 Watts of power. It comes with two channels with built-in reverb and chorus across both. The global notch filter reduces feedback efficiently and precisely with one control. The Crush Acoustic 30 is lightweight, portable and battery powered. True to Orange’s traditions, it is simple, versatile and affordable. Continue reading →

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Orange Amplification Launches First Online Rock Guitar Courses Accredited by UK Government Education Authority OFQUAL

Orange Amplification Launches First Online Rock Guitar Courses Accredited by UK Government Education Authority OFQUAL

Orange Amplification is proud to launch its Rock Guitar Courses which enables students to take the first accredited online guitar exams in the world to grade 8.

The courses are split into three stages, Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced which are equivalent to grades 1 to 8. Lessons are fun to learn with downloadable course materials, offering new and returning guitarists the skills and knowledge necessary to pass a qualification. Start the FREE 30 DAY TRIAL today here. Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Smith in Guitar Discussion
Paul McCartney Makes Orange Amplification’s Cliff Cooper LIPA Honoured Friend

Paul McCartney Makes Orange Amplification’s Cliff Cooper LIPA Honoured Friend

Orange Amplification Founder and CEO, Cliff Cooper has been made an Honoured Friend of the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA). He was presented with the award by Sir Paul McCartney at a ceremony held on the 26th July 2019 at the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

When making the award, Mark Featherstone-Witty of LIPA said, ‘Cliff is our Honoured Friend. This rather special award is given to people who have been generous …….without a hint of expecting anything in return. So Cliff for this award you are an exemplar!…….Putting something back is part of your psyche…….You are a hero and it is good to know there are people like you in the world and even better, associated with us!Continue reading →

Posted by Mark Smith in Guitar Discussion, Music News