Orange OR15H

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  1. Long_Ghost

    Long_Ghost Tele-Meister

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    It seems to be the ideal amp for small clubs, and when mic'd up, big enough
    for even the largest venues. Anyone else?
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    gridlock Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Congrats, I played these a few times and really liked the OR15H. I'm hoping that they release it as a combo. Great looking amp stack OP.
     
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    I'm bettin' that rig will fill more than just a "small club" even without the mic.

    One of my favorite local shops just got an OR15 in.
    I've been eyeing them for a while, but I got a Vox AC15 recently and can't really swing another amp, right now.
    I'm not even going stop in....
     
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    Now you make me want another 1x12 ^^ nice stack you've got there!

    Here's mine. Absolutely love it... almost to the point of throwing out my '77 Pro Reverb. Only downside is the limited clean headroom (so the Fender will stay).
    Crunch and Overdrive are exactly what I want from an amp. FX Loop on top - perfect little package!


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  5. Long_Ghost

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    "I'm bettin' that rig will fill more than just a "small club" even without the mic."

    You're absolutely right about that crossroader. I can't say enough good things about these amps.
     
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    Phaedros, I have to agree with you there, cleanliness is the only thing lacking with these amps. I get around it with a clean boost & a Keeley compressor. I do highly recommend the second 1-12 cab as it pushes a lot more air and fattens things up quite a bit.
     
  7. Phaedros

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    Long_Ghost,
    a short run to the attic and I came up with my first ever cab. It's a H&K GL112 that I kept, when I sold my old trannie amp... I completely forgot about it.

    Ist it safe to connect this 8ohm speaker to the 8ohm jack at the back of the head while having the 16ohm Orange cab in the 16ohm jack?


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  8. Long_Ghost

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    @ Phaedros, I would be hesitant to mix impedance loads, but there are others that know more than I about such things, maybe someone who knows for sure will post a definitive answer.
     
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    Another pic from a smaller stage. I really like the sound of this amp a lot. photo.JPG
     
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    Cool stack and great amp. But for me it didn´t have enough clean headroom when rolling back the volume knob on the guitar. So I ended up with the Orange Dual Terror which is also a fantastic amp with a little bit more clean headroom and overall a little bit less gain.

    Orange Amps are great and what I found out is that the OR15 is the most marshally Orange ;)
     
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