At 1:41 this shot shows the same amp head model as Steve's (The lead guitarists). The size and number of knobs is evident as well as the two visible toggle switches on the amp face. Lastly the glare is obviously coming from the Orange jewel light. This amp head also clearly sits atop a Orange 4x12 which can be seen through by the amps speaker impression and where the mic is placed.more
At 1:28 is the best shot of Steve's amp head. There is no glare on the amp face, and it is much more clear how many knobs on this model, knob sizes, as well as that the pictures are above the knobs and not behind on some Orange models. Also the visible two toggles on the left followed by the bright orange jewel light.more
The clean channel is a bit flat, so i just use the distortion and roll the gain back. I got it more so because i wanted the look of an orange. I use a Local Byron bay pedal makers distortion for my heaviness.
You know it is the right amp when three things happen at one time. First, time flies by and you just simply can't stop playing. Second, no pedal is required to make up tone because everything sounds perfect with a guitar and a cable. Third, you feel the floor literally shaking. This amp can do every genre of music - jazz, blues, hard rock, metal - you name it, Rockerverb will get you there. Loud as milion of screaming Spartan warriors, build like a tank, sounds like a heaven!
The last couple of years I played alot of high gain amps (still have my EVH 5150 III), but when I tried the Orange Rockerverb I got hooked !
Thees Amps really does it all ! For me they have the mix of the really good old Marshall Amps, just with a little more gain.
Now I just use my Orange RV 50W for Metal, Stoner and rock, but buy the 50W and not the 100W ! You can really push those tubes with the 50W and get the greate tone