The sound that Orange guitar amps produce may be familiar to you from recordings or live gigs, and it may be something you want to recreate in your own playing. The difficulty is in knowing which of the various models of amps they produce is the right one for your needs. A good place to start is by sampling the Orange Amps Dark Terror.
A music shop will often allow you to play your own guitar through one or more Orange amplifiers to help you identify which is the right one for you. Some amps may be intimidating because of their size or the apparent complexity of the sheer number of control knobs. That’s where amps such as the Dark Terror differ from others, because they only have a single channel and one tone knob. They also give you the option of using between seven and 15 watts; making them highly suitable for either playing at home or at rehearsals. You could be forgiven for thinking that this means you won’t have the same range of sounds, and for this, you’ll have to rely more on your guitar pedals; but this isn’t so. Amps such as the Terror feature an extra tube in the pre-amp, and also an FX loop, which will offer a perfectly reasonable crunch on either of the two settings. Orange amps are popular with many rock guitarist for just this reason, because they can still offer pleasing high-gain tones. What’s more, you benefit from the relatively compact size. Only around a foot long, the Terror is ideal for carting around to practice sessions and won’t consume much space at home.
If you are looking for the best retailers for Orange Amps Dark Terror, there’s no better place than Rainbow Music. Our online music shop offers a wide range of Orange amplifiers, as well as other famous branded amps. You can compare all these products on the website at http://www.rainbowmusic.co.uk/.