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NAMM 2017: Orange Amplifiers Rocker 15, Rocker 32
Unveiled at NAMM 2017, this two channel all valve amp features a World Gold Label speaker and additional transformers to encourage an extremely potent tone that takes full advantage of its EL84 output section. Even when the power is toned down, the user can expect a full bodied tone that exudes classic, warm valve compression.
The amps natural channel is the purists dream and utilises a very minimalist approach; a single volume knob. Intricately balanced and extremely playable, this channel expertly brings out the organic tones of your guitar. The 'Dirty' channel on the other hand offers the user a familiar layout with, parameters for gain, volume and a three band EQ section. With both channels being extremely sensitive to touch and playing dynamics, the Rocker 15 responds to your nuanced playing style and feel, offering you a versatile selection of tones with minimal fuss.
The Orange Rocker 32 is the quintessential pedal amp, suitable for players who want the privileges of both a normal combo amp and an amp with standard mono effects loop connections. Not merely a soulless pedal amp like many of its competitors, the Rocker 32 is formidable amplifier in its own right. With some intelligent integrated circuitry and a 2x10 configuration in tow, the Rocker 32 is able to provide a wider dispersion of sound that is typically of other amps of the same calibre.
At the core of the Rocker 32 is its stereo effects loop, that opens a sea of opportunities for you and your pedalboard. For those who indulge in giant soundscapes and enormous tones, the Rocker 32 is able to operate in full stereo operation so that you can entertain a whole host of panoramic sounds. For those who are a bit more 'old school', you can patch in your pedals in 'wet/dry' mode with your effects appearing on one speakers and your clean guitar tone through the other.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 19 Jan 2017 18:02 to category : Instruments News
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