#1
Seriously considering selling my Vox AD60VT if they're affordable enough.

All tube combos in a 32 & 15 watt version. They coined a switch named Bedroom to Headroom. the 15 watt version for example can be switched to as low as 0.5 watts. The circuit is not like a Rockerverb according to online sources, the sound is more reminiscent of the OR15. If the 15 watt version is affordable enough I can finally have an all tube amp & technically also an "OR15" lmao. Anybody else digging these amps?

The 32 watt 2x10 version can also play in mono & stereo.
#2
I won't buy one, I'm good on the amp front right now, but I am interested to hear what they sound like.

I'm a little bummed it isn't the Rockerverb circuit. I don't know why they would make it like the OR15 when they have that amp and the Jim root.
#3
Quote by Grawgos
I won't buy one, I'm good on the amp front right now, but I am interested to hear what they sound like.

I'm a little bummed it isn't the Rockerverb circuit. I don't know why they would make it like the OR15 when they have that amp and the Jim root.
Hope you have an hour...



anthonymarisc They are $1099. Which is a really good price IMO.
Last edited by Will Lane at Jan 20, 2017,
#5
Of course I'm exaggerating and it's probably his pedals but that amp sounds like the voice of God.
#7
While I think the 32 is a brilliant idea, it just shouldn't have been done by Orange. Hopefully, it sparks other companies to make amps like it like the Tiny Terror did. I don't think the audience that would actually benefit from a stereo combo are into the Orange sound. I would take a great clean amp over the stereo Rocker 32 if I was using a lot of effects. I'm sure the 15 and 32 are great amps if you're into the Orange sound. But I don't think the feature they're marketing as the reason to buy it is the actual reason to buy it. You're getting a great Orange amp for a great price which is very good. But I don't see it as the game changer for people using a lot of stereo effects since the cleans aren't top notch.