Hunter has just posted his demo and thoughts on the Brent Hinds signature Orange Terror amp.
This has a lovely softness to the attack that really appeals to me. Don’t get me wrong – I love crunchy tones. I just like a slightly soft pick attack even more 🙂
One really cool feature about this amp – it has both a built-in attenuator, and a nifty ‘headroom / bedroom’ toggle switch. Together, they allow you to play at home volumes without losing the tone that you bought the amp for in the first place.
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Chappers and the Captain have posted the 2nd part of their high-gain amp blindfold challenge. This time, they’re looking at 7 amps at £1,000 or below.
These kind of videos are a great opportunity to hear a bunch of amps side by side. Exact same guitar, exact same guitarist, and it looks like they’re running each amp into the exact same cab (so they’re all mic’d up the same). The only difference is the amp itself.
And these aren’t aspirational boutique sell-a-kidney amps. These are the kind of amps that you’d be looking at if you want a real valve amp for home and gigging.
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