The Rockerverb 100 MKIII head combines over a decade of user feedback with a number of new details and improvements. In a first for the Rockerverb Series, the MKIIIs include selectable output power options to manipulate headroom and volume, with t...
In this photo of Ryan Jarman performing live, his amp head can be seen in the background. Based on the writing in the upper right corner of the head, he is using an Orange Rockerverb 100 on top of a large Orange speaker cab. This photo is from The Cribs at O Beco São Paulo, and was taken November 2012 by [Donetts Diniz](https://www.flickr.com/photos/sithlawyer/).more
At 12:19 in this "Rig Rundown" video, you can see Zack's Rockerverb 100 II Head. About Orange he says: "They're an awesome company, they treat artists real good, so I got this Rockerverb, I always liked how they sounded and in the context of what I was trying to achieve here, it just fit perfect."more
In this video from Fearless Records, we see one of the guitarist and front-man of Pierce The Veil, Vic Fuentes, showing his touring rig. At this point in the video, he shows us the Orange Amplifiers Rockerverb 100 MK II 100W Tube Guitar Amp Head. He uses this is a backup. In this video, he states that his MAIN amp is a custom "from the ground up" amp his guitar tech made and that he cannot go into detail what is inside. He claims it's a secret and it should remain that way.more
Oranges website state that Kamron uses orange and gives a quote from Kamron on how he feels about Orange. “Orange has always been my go to cab because they have such a clear punchy tone. The Rockerverb 100 MKII is a plug-in play head. No matter what room you’re in or what sound you are going for it has given me what I was looking for. I couldn’t be happier with my set up.”more
The Rockerverb 100 MKIII head combines over a decade of user feedback with a number of new details and improvements. In a first for the Rockerverb Series, the MKIIIs include selectable output power options to manipulate headroom and volume, with the 100 Watt version switching down to 70, 50 or 30W. The MKIII also features the same footswitchable attenuator that has been so popular with users of our Thunderverb and Dual Dark Series amps.
The Clean channel has been revoiced on the MKIIIs for a more ‘chimey’ response. The clean side now has even greater headroom than previous models, whilst still retaining the warmth and vintage character of a non-master volume design. Also, the valve driven spring reverb now has a more extensive range with a brighter trail. Add to this a host of other hidden refinements and you have the finest sounding and most feature-laden Rockerverb to date.
I have a Dual Recto and a Marshall JVM410 and both are goddam good, but both can get modulated to get the same tone, you can literally get same sound with these amps as any other like the ENGL powerball, the Ampeg V4BH etc. But what i really really love about this one is that it have its own voice, its own tone, it have soul, it have BALLS, the cleans are warm and cristal clear, and the high gain is brutal and face melting, and this amp is loud, loud, loud your neighbors will love you. The thing about this called boutique amps is that you get their own signature voice and im in love with this one