Also is the amp particularly noisy in the standard form? thank you. by Les Paul Lover » Wed Jul 12, 2017 7:22 am, Post The Natural channel is a purist’s dream with just a single knob: Volume. No discounts. by Jondog » Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:34 am, Post Orange has discontinued the 15-watt Tiny Terror, which was a little metal-sounding for my taste anyway. The Gear Page is the leading online community and marketplace for guitars, amps, pedals, effects and associated gear. Thanks for your advice as it will help me with my purchase. It’s not just glimmer and glitter — but the effervescence of the human soul itself! Both amps are fairly, and competitively priced, and yes, both of them can serve the modern guitar player who is forced to live in the urban core with niggly neighbors who complain about the slightest elevation in noise. As I previously mentioned, I pay my own way. I am using a quarter pound single coil pickup which is P90ish in output. I wouldn't say that the G10 Vintage sounds like a Vintage 30, but I do like the G10s. With the Rocker 15 set wide open, smaller venues are comfortably taken care of despite the amp’s miniature footprint. Did we mention there’s a headphone jack? ampsboles bluesbolesbluesfuturamaguitarshenriksennibblerorangepoopreviewrocker 15soulsoundthe bud. Senior Member; Posts: 13292 "Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!" Post by Jondog » Wed Jul 12, 2017 12:53 pm, Post Clapton Strat: The neck pickup was purely delightful. 12:00 with the 6V6 and with the EL34's it was around 2:00. by Surgeon » Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:42 pm, Post It was too mushy sounding and I think most alnicos would be the same. I’m tempted to swap the speaker in my Rocker 15 Combo as well. Going dirty on the Sadowsky is just fun, and funny. Rocker 15. Another vote for the Eminence Ramrod. The second conspiracy came in two parts, a couple of years apart: Floods! Les Paul Goldtop: The P90 hum was still there with the Bud, but the electrical chatter was reduced, processed a bit, perhaps, but there was no loss in power or quality of audible vision. That other Rocker you're hearing is years old and everything is well worn in, and it makes a difference, even old wood had a different resonance. Chord melodies ring, and sustain, and shine. It sounds just like a Greenback, which is what it is supposed to be, albeit with 40 watts of power handling. Thanks to a custom Voice of the World Gold Label speaker and beefy transformers, the Rocker 15 has a remarkably potent delivery which takes full advantage of its EL84 output section. I had never heard the original. Beware of any miscues in fingering, because the Orange is precise and unforgiving! Mind you, these experiences were all in heavier music. All prices contained on this page are exclusive of VAT. There is a balanced XLR out on the back of the amp which is post-EQ, post-reverb and both channels summed – meaning the signal you’re sending the house (or mixing console, or other amplifier, etc…) is the same signal you’re hearing from the speaker! 11 posts • Page 1 of 1. by Les Paul Lover » Sat Jun 23, 2018 9:28 pm, Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 36 guests. Which I've never heard. The very first thing I noticed was a slight volume drop, as the sensitivity of the Creamback is only 99 db. Since my wrist is still a bit wonky, and because I’m not as good a player as those found in online videos, here’s the authentic Orange Rocker 15 video from Orange. Sadowsky Jimmy Bruno:  This Jazz guitar is always incredibly well behaved. I've been in the market for a relatively low-powered, high-gain tube amp lately and have been considering a range of options. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I think if you could run yours through a V30, the difference would be much reduced. JavaScript is disabled. So in a nutshell the standard Rocker 15 is not an overly noisy amp then? Every mistake you make comes out of that speaker! Yes, there’s always a buzzy hum from the guitar pickups, and yes, that hummy buzz is amplified by the Orange on both the “Natural” and “Dirty” channels — no escaping the sound of electricity! Sadly I’m not surprised. by Jondog » Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:28 pm, Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests, Hi, What are the advantages of doing this please. Frankly, the Chinese gear now is far ahead of comparable gear from Japan back then. Board index Orange Amplifiers Technical; Rocker 15. The Henriksen Bud was $1,200.00 USD delivered. Also, my Chinese epiphone LP for 700$ is so much more a great value than my 4000$ Gibson. There’s also an auxiliary input on channel 1 so that whatever you are using it for can be EQ’d separately from your instrument signal. These are both powerful, but pleasingly quiet, guitar amps. Hi there! My overall impression is the are brighter, but they have a similar mid-voiced character to them. Jondog Duke of Orange Posts: 7149 Joined: Thu Aug 21, 2008 12:16 pm Location: Ontario, Canada. Today, we’ll start with two “Bedroom Amp” reviews of two keen models — the Orange Rocker 15 and the Henriksen Bud — using three of my guitars that sort of survived the flood: my Eric Clapton Custom Stratocaster, my Les 1956 Paul Goldtop reissue and, finally, my Jimmy Bruno Sadowsky.

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