#2
It already is

You dont like it though so dont hold on to it for that reason alone.

Its not a Dumble.

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#6
A guitar amp is meant to be played, it's not really a piece of art that's meant to be left to appreciate/depreciate in value over time. Sell it now, buy an amp you'll love using in 20-40yrs and won't want to sell. That'd be more fulfilling than having an amp worth slightly more than what you bought it for.
#7
Quote by Tom 1.0
It already is

You dont like it though so dont hold on to it for that reason alone.

Its not a Dumble.

Dumbles sre only as expensive as they are because the come with a life time supply of fried chicken!!
I think there will eventualy be a real colecters market, but it may end up being just another discontinued amp also.
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#10
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A guitar amp is meant to be played, it's not really a piece of art that's meant to be left to appreciate/depreciate in value over time.
Watch for my NAD in the coming days (British Mail dependent). I intend to disprove that notion on several levels.
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#11
I'm sure you can easily install an FX loop right?
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#12
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As it is now discontinued. And also will this increase in value in years to come?

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#14
i hope not, they're great amps, i recorded my band's album through one of them (double tracked through two amps), and loved it. if i want to buy one, and im getting an orange thunder 30, i will be pissed if its value increases.
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#15
How could anybody know what will become a classic? Nobody knew the Marshall 1974 would become a classic at the time, it was just a cheap practice amp in its day. Same with the old tweed Champs.
Vincent Van Gogh died penniless.
Stupid question is stupid.
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#18
prolly not.

well unless you start trolling up TGP with "unconfirmed" reports that robben ford is starting to use them.
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#20
If you sell it, will you make 1000 threads about its replacement? If so its gonna be worth.dumble money
#22
you bought an AOR?

good amp that

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#23
Yeah man, thanks

I had the 50w but sold it and bought a Rocker. Mistake. So I got the 50w head for £150!

I do like the Rocker however, but I'm not used to such clean sound and such an expensive bit of kit that I worked for :O yes, I'm a student haha.
#26
While delay can be nice through a loop, like I said, guitarists used delay before loops and got along just fine, creating some great tones.

Get an OD pedal, then. The AOR has a lot more gain than a Rocker, of course...you cant expect it to sound gainy when it's not that gainy of an amp.
Still, I was able to get plenty of gain at reasonable volumes with it, certainly enough for hard rock...
#27
Thank you, I appreciate your advice. I'm going to decide for sure tomorrow what I want to do.

I do like it. And its great to have another amp to play.

I'm leaning towards keeping it, but my finances arn't looking good enough to actually keep it!

My girlfriend may not like it, but I may have to be even more selfish with my monies this month
#28
too hard to tell. Often the things that become sought after are utter failures that had a very limited run, or something that a new hipster group uses that makes it an instant classic (i.e. - cobain and the now infamous mustangs which before him were very cheap to pickup) The chances of it becoming valuable are slim. If you like it use it, if you don't sell it. Orange amps are making a good name for themselves but they are already established. So it would kinda be like buying a Les Paul now in the hopes that it will increase in value... you will always have a good guitar but it will never be in the astronomical price range of the early models.