Whether it’s an audience of one or 10,000 screaming fans at a stadium show, Orange Amplifiers never fail to deliver a stellar performance. With their distinctive sound and globally-recognized bright orange coverings, these amplifiers set the stage when it comes to producing your signature musical sound.
The brain-child of musician and electronics designer Clifford Copper of London, England, Orange was first opened as a basement recording studio in 1968. It evolved into a music shop where Cooper dealt specifically in second hand equipment. As the first store in the area to specialize in this type of equipment, the demand outgrew the supply and Cooper decided to design his own amplifier, and in the fall of the same year, the first Orange branded amplifiers were produced.
Today, this brand of equipment stretches far beyond electric guitar amps. The company has grown to include amplifiers for bass guitar, speaker cabinets for amps, combo amps, cable and even graphic tees and hats.
There is no mistaking a piece of Orange equipment. If you’re in the market for an amp, you’ll know an Orange product the second you set sight on it thanks to its bright Tolex covering, woven speaker grille and the signature picture frame edging.
Fleetwood Mac may have been the first group to bring Orange amps to the United States in the late 60’s but they’re certainly not the last to rely the brands signature look and sound. Heavy metal rocker Jim Root of Slipknot appreciates the ‘less is more’ philosophy of Orange amps and appreciates that he can plug straight into the equipment with his guitar. From Stevie Wonder to the Scissor Sisters, a wide variety of musicians have hit the stage with Orange Amplifiers.
Have a look at Orange Amplifiers and take the time to get to know this one-of-a-kind brand. If what you’re looking for is quality, durability and an overall cool look, Orange Amplifiers is the kind of equipment you want to bring to your next gig or studio session.