Hit the gas with the Rockerverb100---------a 100-watt twin channel head with FX loop and reverb.The Rockerverb 100W head from Orange Amps is an all-valve, 100 watt, channel switching head with valve F... Click To Read More About This Product
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Hit the gas with the Rockerverb100---------a 100-watt twin channel head with FX loop and reverb.
The Rockerverb 100W head from Orange Amps is an all-valve, 100 watt, channel switching head with valve FX and valve-driven reverb. This amplifier has the same pre-amp channels, pre-amp and FX loops as the Rockerverb 50 but has the original Orange 100-watt output stage.
Two additions to this output stage are the output valve fusing system and a special bias switch which enables you to use quartets of output valves of different types (6CA7 / EL34 / 6L6 / 5881 / KT88). A quartet of 6CA7 / EL34 come standard in this head, along with the unique 'Reverse Snake 8' output transformer design.
The Rockerverb 100 is one of the best sounding in its class. Order now and hear for yourself.
Clean channel: volume, bass, treble
Dirty channel: gain, bass, middle, treble, volume
Reverb control: footswitchable for both
Features: reverb, FX loop, output value select, failure fuse
Output: Class A/B 100W RMS
Valves: Preamp - 4 x ECC83; Output - 4 x EL34; Reverb and FX loop - 2 x ECC81
Speaker impedance: 1 x 16ohms, 2 x 8ohms
Dimensions (W x H x D) 21-3/4W x 10H x 11D
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I own the rockerverb 100 and I have to admit that this head is one of the best heads I have ever played through. There is more than enough gain that really cuts through the mix and the clean are full and mellow especially when you throw some built in reverb to the mix. On top of all of that their customer service is top of the line. I have owned the head for about one year now and I have no complaints and... mine is black (not orange)
"Its a long way to the top if you wanna rock and roll" especially if you wanna rock and roll with Orange. The climb can be frustrating moving your way up from entry level amps to so called high end amps but if your a dedicated player and you will not accept anything less than pure sonic expression, start saving and invest in an Orange amp. I own the Rockerverb 100 and its amazing but the great thing about Orange is every model they make sounds incredible in its own way. No other amp company puts out as much solid versatility. Other amp company's have a huge variety of amps to select from but most of the time there are only a few at best that are worth playing. The other ones are mass produced outsourced junk. Even the smallest most inexpensive Orange amp is top quality. The folks at Orange amplifiers are 30 ft tall titan/wizards that create tone for the amps in a rich mahogany cave deep within a stone viking ship being flown through the air by eagle dragons melting the faces of every mortal below.
Back in 77 I saw a band with duelling lead guitarists each with a full stack. One Marshall and One Orange. Both cranked out. One did not blow the other away. But both stacks sounded fantastic. And I was very impressed with the Orange. So I bought a used graphic head. Wished I'd never hocked it. But it was hard to get that cranked up sound at a lower volume. Not anymore. they finally got the cranked up sound at a lower volume better than anything I have ever tried. Cranked out tubes at level .5. And quiet; too. You can use this thing in your bedroom. I love this amp. And I own a MATAMP 100 HAND SN 345 (FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION 1968). All worth dying for.