#1
Both me and the other guitarist in my band are looking at the Orange TH30. Would it sound shit if we both used the same amp model?
#2
No.

If you want to make them sound distinct, have one eq'd with a little more low mids and one with high mids.

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#3
My friend and I both have a Mitsubishi Lancer, will they not go as fast because we both drive the same car?

No. You just won't be very distinct.
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#4
One of you has to work the darker tone and another one of you has to work the brighter tone. The same amp can work.
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#5
You would have to tailor the EQ slightly so that one has a more bassey & one more trebbly tone. But TBH it depends what guitar/pickups you are using and what you are playing.