The NAMM has not officially started yet, but the legendary British amp builder Orange has released new amplifiers on the world.
Orange launches the Pedal Baby 100 & Tremlord 30
The NAMM has not officially started yet, but the legendary British amp builder Orange has released 2 new amplifiers on the world.
Orange Pedal Baby 100
The Pedal Baby 100 is a 100 watt amplifier designed to blend perfectly with pedalboards, modellers and digital processors.
The Pedal Baby 100 is designed to give you a dynamic and natural sound, something that is often lacking with modern amplifiers of this size. It's also ideal for use with standard guitar cabinets that allow you to connect modellers and digital processors to a guitar cabinet.
With a weight of only 3kg, this Pedal Baby 100 is ideal for touring musicians or guitarists who are looking for a compact but good sounding amp.
Orange Tremlord 30 Combo
The Tremlord 30 is an amplifier that in terms of sound reminds of amplifiers from the 1950s.
With its foot switchable tremolo and spring reverberation, it gives you a range of usable sounds.
Both the reverb and the tremolo are controlled by tubes, giving you that typical warm vintage sound that we know from countless records from the past, but also from more recent artists.
Built-in is also an effect loop that is fully buffered and is also controlled by tubes. The Tremlord 30 also has the ability to switch back from 30 watts to 15 watts, 2 watts and even 1 watt. This allows you to play at the ideal volume in every imaginable place, from bedroom to stage!
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