The Rockerverb 50C MK II tube combo amp builds on the proven Rockerverb formula and improves the tonal range available to guitar players. This 50W. all-tube, two-channel combo offers the ability to switch from the stock EL34 power tubes to 6L6s, KT88s, or 6550s, giving you access to an incredible array of rich tube sounds through its 2 - 12" Celest... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Rockerverb 50C MK II tube combo amp builds on the proven Rockerverb formula and improves the tonal range available to guitar players.
This 50W. all-tube, two-channel combo offers the ability to switch from the stock EL34 power tubes to 6L6s, KT88s, or 6550s, giving you access to an incredible array of rich tube sounds through its 2 - 12" Celestion Vintage 30 speakers.
The Rockerverb 50C MK II's clean channel delivers a super-rich tone with beautiful harmonic overtones. It's also a non-master channel, much like on a vintage Orange amp, so when the amp is cranked the power section will break up and deliver delicious, classic British crunch that's perfect for rock and blues.
The dirty channel on the Rockerverb 50C MK II combo is no one-trick pony. Going from full gain and winding back gives you a variety of classic Orange tones. Whether you're looking for metal, fusion, blues, rock, or even country the Rockerverb 50 MK II doesn't fall short.
The Rockerverb 50C MK II also comes standard with footswitchable reverb and an FX loop.
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12" Celestion Vintage 30 speaker
4 ECC83 preamp tubes
3 EL34 power tubes
Accepts EL34, 6L6, KT88, or 6550 power tubes
Clean channel controls: Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble
Dirty channel: Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble
26"W x 21"H x 12"D
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I do not owe this amp and have only noodled with it at GC. I was on the hunt for a little more versatility than my current small amp, Randall RM20 MTS which I mainly use the AC30 preamp. It has a 10 inch green back and can easily go from clean to a AC30 distortion with just volume control on my Strat. It also has a boost. But it has a limit to the tones it can grab without swapping out the preamp for more Fender or Marshall tones. So I have always liked the Orange one off style and the power to tone variability that would be a bit more Fender to Marshall. And that it does! I was even offered $$$s for the Randall on a trade in! Love GC! The problem? Well for this price point you have to walk over and plug into some pretty main line amps. A Twin or Vibro, an Egnator or Engl, a Marshall or the new Line 6 tube amps.. or the Mark V Mesa Boogie! Yeah this is the crown of versatility wrapped up with a bow! I won't go on to far into the V but 45 watts , 3 channels, Channel one (Clean, Fat, Tweed), you can switch into a lower 10 or 45 watt setting to disengage a tube for a different Class A gain structure, amazing clean to crunch here, Channel 2 (Edge, Crunch, Mark I), basically all the classic Mesa and Marshall tones, Channel 3 (Mark IIC+, Mark IV, Extreme) over the top metal tones. The devil is definitely in the details here baby! Even the foot switch is brilliant. You have global settings for reverb, EQ like no other amp.. Anyway you get it.. Why would you pay this much for an Orange? Cut your best deal on the Mark V combo. This is your amp for life!
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