Orange Amplifiers Guitar Amplifier Heads

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Orange has always stood out in the music world for doing things a little differently. Known for their bold colors and even bolder tones, Orange was founded in 1968 by Clifford Cooper. Originally, these amplifiers were sold as a means to cover the overhead costs associated with a professional recording studio. Before long, the amplifiers became the primary focus of the brand and the company has never looked back. Today, Orange amplifier heads show up on stage with legends and up and comers alike. Jimmy Page, Sylvain Sylvain of the New York Dolls, Quinn Allman of the Used, Mathew Healy of the 1975, James Bowman of Against Me! and more all plug into Orange gear when they take the stage everywhere from clubs, to stadiums, to outdoor summer festivals.

Orange makes a wide range of amplifier heads, so it should be easy to find the one that is right for you. Taking some time to familiarize yourself with the different options and being aware of your own needs can go a long way in helping you make your decision. For example, if you're looking for big sound, but only have a small jam space, take some time to check out the Micro Terror MT20 20W Hybrid Guitar Amp Head. With 20W of solid-state power, this insanely portable amp head can churn out plenty of crunch and tone in in places where space is an issue.

If, on the other hand, you're looking for an amp head that will excel in the studio environment, look no further than the TH30H 30W Tube Guitar Amp Head. This head offers absolutely phenomenal tonal range, as well as clean/dirty channels with switchable 7W, 15W, and 30W outputs that can give you the power you need for any riffs. With an all-tube design, this beast is sure to shine when you plug in.

Of course, if you're looking for an amp head that is truly special (and fully capable of blowing the roof off the joint), you'll love the Thunderverb 200 Series TH200HTC 200W Tube Guitar Amp Head. With 200W of power, this amp head features a two channels construction. Channel A features a standard 3-band EQ, while Channel B offers shape control that scoops the mids and really lets you take complete control of your sound. Plus, with extended tonal range, the TH200HTC Orange Thunderverb can also function as a bass head.

Orange has always taken pride in its unique amplifier heads. From their look and feel to their absolutely powerhouse designs, these heads are will leave the competition in the dust. All you need to do is plug into one to see for yourself.