When guitarists are looking to make a statement both on stage and on their recordings, they don’t have a lot of choice to achieve both. Orange Amps UK are certainly distinctive colour wise, but what else can they offer you as an electric guitarist other than a brightly coloured amp?
Go into any music shop and you will be spoilt for choice for guitar amps. They’ll offer you big rock sounds, more bluesy sounds like that from the Marshall Bluesbreaker, or more jazzy sounds like those from Fender. But what if you are looking for a truly modern experience with your guitar amplifier? One company that has certainly been at the forefront of innovation over the years is Orange, the latest of which being something they call the OPC. Standing for Orange PC, it combines a guitar amp with a personal computer so you can plug your guitar directly into it and record and edit as you play. This certainly offers guitarist a new dimension, as it allows you to plug in a number of instruments such as a keyboard, guitar or microphone, as well as your iPod or MP3 player. You can then either record what you play or use the Orange branded software to play a variety of guitar sounds. This was the first amp of its kind and shows why Orange Amplifiers have been at the forefront of guitar amplifiers for some time; recognised not just for their distinctive look but sound.
For anyone wanting to record their unique sound at home, this may be the perfect way to do so. So, if you are thinking of changing your guitar sound, or making a statement on stage with one of the Orange Amps UK amplifiers, then head to Rainbow Music (http://www.rainbowmusic.co.uk/).