The TH30 Combo from Orange Amps offers the perfect balance between power and portability and is ideal for regular gigging. It's small and light enough to be portable while also offering a phenomenal t... Read More
The TH30 Combo from Orange Amps offers the perfect balance between power and portability and is ideal for regular gigging. It's small and light enough to be portable while also offering a phenomenal tonal range for use in the studio environment. Clean/Dirty channels with switchable 7W, 15W, and 30W outputs. The TH30C is loaded with 4 ECC83 preamp tubes, 4 EL84 power amp tubes, and an ECC81 for the tube-buffered FX loop.
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Alright, so I was initially going into guitar center with a mesaboogie amp in mind.. now keep in mind im not that crazy into the whole amp business so I am not a pro. I know to recognize highs, fuzzies and all the other acronyms to describe sound. But i tried the mesa, as versatile as it was, it was REALLY hard for me to narrow down the sound I wanted to get, and not only that but with so many options, it became somewhat of a headache to switch back and forth. I tried the orange out not really expecting to like it so much... So i grabbed a hold of a strat and started rippin on this amp. tell you what, at first i was thinking, well.. three knobs a channel.. im not sold, til i started tinkering, and each knob is completely responsive in its own way... you can be doing groovy beats, to country, to rock, to metal, to ska on this thing... its ridiculous. orange is legit blown my mind in every way with this amp. It's built incredibly strong as well... not going to lie, it took me 3, 5 hour trips to guitar center and about 10 hours of online research to finally pull out my wallet... but I'm glad i did now, this thing hits hard as hell and ive yet to even crank it to full volume, or even close... i tried half way but my neighbors told me to keep it down, it shook my entire apartment complex nearly.... 5 stars for being the most unsuspecting powerhouse tone beast ive ever played. +++
This amp is a revelation! When it arrived, I thought, "Hmmm, looks kind of dinky. Maybe too small to be anything other than a practice amp?" Well, just fire one of these amps up and you'll hear that this is no toy combo! The "clean" channel has a wonderful, warm tone that's just so easy on the ears, and breaks up very nicely when pushed. The "dirty" channel takes a less-is-more approach - just an extremely responsive Shape control for overall tone, Volume and Gain, which goes from Brit-style crunchy to ferocious. As with any amp, you have to experiment for a while to find *your* sound, but it didn't take too long for me to dial in a super-rich, big crunch sound that also gives up singing leads. There's no reverb, true, but the provided effects loop gives you flexibility in that department. The Celestion speaker in this combo is fantastic. It adds to the thickness and warmth of the sound. It's light enough for easy transportation to gigs, yet is very solidly built. No squeaks or rattles from this amp. Easily loud enough for rehearsals and smaller gigs. Extremely happy with this purchase!
I can't go into all kinds of technical descriptions about lows, mids, and highs but, I can tell you, that after having tried out everything out there in the 30 to 50 watt range, this amp was the hands down winner. It is very simple to use however, when you turn a knob, you actually hear a difference in what comes out. You don't need a lot of knobs to get different tones. The shape and gain knobs, give you a ton of control over tones. You might say that it gives you infinate control over the tone. As for power, I tried it out at the 7 watt setting with the volume turned up to about 11. My son comes running downstairs and asks if I can turn the volume down because the "house is shaking." With the class A design, this thing is a beast and is plenty loud enough for most gigging locations! Beyond that, it just sounds great! My other amps sound like toys in comparison . The crunch on this thing is awesome and the clean channel is pristine! I would have liked to get a reverb on it but, it wouldn't have stopped me from buying it much less, recommending it to someone. If you buy this amp, I am sure you will be happy
Just tried this amp out in the New Orleans store today and was greatly surprised. I have seen these amps since I was a kid and remembered them because they look like sherbert ice cream. I plugged in today and I was floored. This amp completely blew me away. I noodled with the clean side and was pleased at what I heard. The amp is clean as a bell, not Fenderish,but it is usable unlike other tube combos (I�ۡ���m looking at you Peavey 6505) that I have recently tried out. The dirty side is where this amp shines. It has nice thick British tone and the distortion is earth shattering. It is a natural tube distortion that it unmatched by any digital modeling. This amp can do everything even metal (barely) if you are curious. This is a no frills amp which is great for a lot of people but not for me. There are not a lot of options for tone shaping on this baby which is the one thing a can not get over. Also even though the distortion is great it lacks the thump that I like in an amp. Overall buying this amp would not be a mistake for any guitar player. It does have its weaknesses (which I will admit are due to my own tastes) but this amp is built like a tank and will not disappoint. So go get one.
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