Orange Amplifiers Dual Terror DT30H 30W Tube Guitar Amp Head
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Switch between 30, 15, and 7 watts in this class-A dual-channel amplifier head, with 3-stage gain section, and padded gig bag, all for a great price.
The 30W Orange Amplifiers Dual Terror DT30H tube guitar amp head boasts twin all-tube channels. The Orange Dual Terror amp head also offers a unique 2-stage preamp with massive tonal range using just 3 controls per channel.
The Orange Dual Terror guitar amp switches from 30 to 15 to 7 watts making it a highly versatile portable amplifier for both studio and stage. The Dual Terror's Fat Channel delivers warmer tones while the Tiny Terror Channel has the sonic character of the original Orange Tiny Terror amp.
Note: The Orange Dual Terror DT30H amp head does not require rebiasing when replacing power tubes.
- Controls: Independent Volume, Tone and Gain for each channel
- Features: power switch, output valve switch, 1.5mm Zintec chassis with steel vented top case, padded gig bag
- Output: 30, 15, 7 watts
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Comments about Orange Amplifiers Dual Terror DT30H 30W Tube Guitar Amp Head:
Orange Amps have a history of producing solidly built products. The Dual Terror continues this tradition. Featuring 2 channels of class A power, the DT is quite different than most 2 channel rigs. Instead of having a 'clean' channel and a 'drive' channel, Orange gives both channels full drive capabilities. This lets you choose your own tones for lead or rhythm, and can they ever sing! The Tiny Terror channel is filled with rich harmonic distortion that can run from edgy clean to Texas twang to paint peeling crunch. The Fat channel is voiced a bit darker with a touch more gain but otherwise is just as versatile. The really cool thing is this rig is very touch sensitive. Even at full gain it responds to subtle picking changes like a champ.
The controls on the DT might seem minimal, but work very effectively. Each channel has Gain, Tone, and Volume controls but believe me its enough. Dialing up multiple tones is quick and easy. There are also switches on the DT that adjust the power level from 7 to 15 to 30 watts. These switches do more than adjust the output level, they help structure tone. The switch on the rear of the amp selects either 2 or 4 output tubes giving you control over how much power tube distortion or headroom you want to use. The front switch marked full/half power is a bit more devious. It reduces the internal voltage much like a variac. This changes the tonal character of the amp and when used with the rear switch gives even more tonal variations. This rig really lets your guitars tone shine through.
Bottom line here is this amp is extremely versatile. I've added it to my live arsenal and am looking forward to recording with it this spring. I gave this amp a 9 because there is no such thing as a perfect 10 in the land of tone. Enjoy.