On the Orange Amplification [artists page](https://www.orangeamps.com/portfolio-item/5-seconds-of-summer/) it says that Michael Clifford, of 5 Seconds of Summer is currently using this Speaker Cabinet. He can be seen using this particular cab in all of 5 Seconds of Summer's live performances over the last 2 years including [this one](http://youtu.be/neG29gnsAWE) at around :23s.more
In this [article](http://orangeampsblog.com/?p=249) discussing Orage Amps gear, Stephen Carpenter of [Deftones](https://equipboard.com/band/deftones), "has just recently come over to the "Orange side." He’ll be playing his Fractal Axe FX through (2) PPC412 speaker cabs running in stereo," discussing his Orange PPC412 Guitar Speaker Cabinet.more
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
They're both using the Axe Fx's (Ultras) live (which I assumed), and they sound sick. What interested me is that they each run their signal in stereo. One side skips cab emulation and gets tuned to their Orange cabs, and that purely acts as a stage monitor, and a backup in case something goes wrong.more
> “I’ve played Orange for years and have yet to find more responsive, durable amps than the Orange Terror series. They’re great for touring and recording. Oh and the cabs can hold the weight of my big ass!” -Chris Bishop; [Orange Amplifiers](https://orangeamps.com/blog/portfolio-item/chris-bishop-of-crobot/)more
"Currently I’m using a Marshall 1960A and an Orange PPC412 cabinet. The Marshall has G12T-75 speakers and the Orange has V30s, neither is actually my ideal but together the darker and more dampened Orange cab mixes well with the treble from the Marshall. It works, but I’m looking for old Marshall cabs with V60s.”more
From the Orange Amps artist page; “Orange has always had an important impact on the Cult of Luna sound. With three low tuned guitars there is always a risk to lose the clearness in the tone. But with the Orange PPC412 behind me I never need to worry about the power and clearness in the low end. A pure work horse.”more
“I always used to think that being in a ‘heavier’ band meant using niche gear specifically designed for heavy music – until I discovered the versatility and power of the Orange Rockerverb 100 head. After hearing what Jim Root & Wes Borland were doing with these amps, I had to try ’em out. I was sold immediately. It has just the right amount of features, no ‘fluff’. The heads do everything you want, and go to places tonally that other amps can’t. Plus it’s no secret that Orange cabs smoke everything else on the market. I finally feel like I’m playing through gear that makes ‘my sound’ happen. Orange gear stands out both off and on stage, shreds through the mix and sets you apart from the herd. My amps sound & look sexy, plus they are completely bombproof. All that and they’re made right here in England, what more could you ask for?more
“I honestly spent four years trying to find the right amp. And those four years were stressful ones regarding playing guitar live – just ask my band mates and our manager. All I needed was an amp to handle what I did with my pedals and to have enough headroom to manage big, swelling sounds. I thought I’d found the perfect head in the Orange Rockerverb 100, but then I tried the AD30. It was even better. It is a perfect head, and it has made my touring life soooo much more enjoyable. I’m not a ‘techie’ style guitarist – I just want the perfect sounding tone. And I think that the AD30 gets me there. Or at least as close as I’ve ever been.?”more
“I’ve always loved the sound that Orange amps provide. I’ve been using Orange speaker cabs for over 20 years. I bought my Rocker 30 to use as a practice amp at home, but after taking it into the studio on a whim and discovering that it sounded better than every other amp in there, it became my stage amp. It’s also all over the most recent Toadies records. When I’m playing live, I need a tone that is crunchy but has definition. I also need a lot of feedback, and I need to be able to control it. My setup provides me with a nicely overdriven sound, rich in harmonics – the key to good feedback. Once in a great while, I’ll be forced to play on someone else’s amp (even much more expensive amps), and nothing even begins to sound close to the Rocker 30. Orange Amplifiers is the only sponsorship I’ve ever sought out, and I couldn’t be more proud to be working with them.”more
Has such a great deal of bass and mid with this cab. Totally solid and the telex didn't rip once in over 5 years of ownership. Downside is that you need to prepare to break your back. The poor UPS chap who carried it up my 20 stairs when I sold it!
Both myself and everybody knows how good these cabs are. Having recently owned a Marshall 1960 AV with v30's (which was a fantastic cab and I wouldn't have sold it if I didn't have to), the tone was incredible but man this cab just brings out so much of that natural low end that just resonates so well when you're hitting those real big chords like I tend to do a lot. The resonance is real.
Admittedly, the size and weight of it as an absolute pain but I knew I'd be kicking myself if I just got a 2x12 for the convenience of it when this thing packs so much punch. This, paired with my Rockerverb MkII is a beastly combination and I don't see myself changing to anything else in the future.