For close to five decades, British-born Orange Amplifiers has been creating world-class bass amps for musicians all over the globe. And while they have a distinctive, retro look, that's certainly not the only thing that makes Orange Amplifiers bass amps special. Their unmistakable tone, innovative designs and high-quality parts have established and maintained their position among the top amps used by many of the most talented bassists from yesteryear to today. Whether you're shopping for a combo amp or even a whole new stack, you've landed on the right page. There really is an Orange bass amp for every situation. If you're searching for a portable amplifier for practicing and casual rehearsing, the Orange Amplifiers Crush PiX CR25BX 25W 1x8 Bass Combo Amp is for you. With 25W of power and an acoustically-transparent black speaker grille, this compact unit is ideal as a first amp for beginners or a secondary one for intermediate players. Are you curious about the bi-amp trend or even looking to replace your dual amplifier setup with a single, rack-mountable head? Orange Amplifiers OB1-500 500W Analog Bass Amp Head. With its footswitchable Blend circuit, this amplifier gives you full control of the gain and upper-register harmonics, while leaving the lower frequencies as warm and clear as can be. It's the ultimate solution when you're looking for the overdrive and additional layers a looped-in guitar amp lends to live bass sound. For the gigging bassist in need of a high-quality, no-nonsense amp, the Orange Amplifiers AD Series AD200B 200W Tube Bass Amp Head is it. This versatile head is created with a short signal path to deliver the purest tone, period. The 200W output is plenty powerful enough for small and medium-sized venues, and the classic Orange styling is recognizable from anywhere in the crowd. As many options as there are to choose from, perhaps the greatest testament to the quality of Orange Amplifiers bass amps is the list of pros who rely on them, like Joe Principe of Rise Against, Tundra of Finntroll and Geddy Lee of Rush, to name just a few. Because when you finally try out an Orange amp and hear that distinctive tone, there's no going back.