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Orange to release new range of amps
The manufacturer announced that it would be extending its Crush range with the introduction of the CR60C 60-watt 1x12 combo, CRC120C 120-watt 2x12 combo and the CR120H 120-watt head.
These products are priced from £299 to £479 making them affordable additions for any aspiring or professional guitarist and are the first solidstate professional-quality amps that have been produced by the company since the late 1970s.
All of the new amps have clean and dirty channels which are based on the Rockerverb series while also incorporating on-board digital reverbs allowing the players to choose between spring, plate or hall.
Speaking to Sonicstate, an Orange spokesperson said: "Designed without compromise, these new products deliver quality sound and build at a price, which is superb value for money and extend the Crush range out of the practice amp market."
Musikmesse, set to be held in Frankfurt later this month, is a big event for Orange with the company already announcing an amp giveaway where four lucky punters could be going home with a free Dark Terror amp.
Posted by SR.Posted on 3 Apr 2013 11:28 to category : Instruments News
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