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Orange Dual Terror Guitar Amplifier Head with Gig Bag

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All Tube, Boutique Orange Guitar Amplification with Selectable Wattage!
The twin channel Dual Terror from Orange pumps out up to 30 watts of pure, golden, all valve, guitar tone from this portable guitar head. The Dual Terror provides a unique two stage preamp with massive tonal range with the simplicity of three controls per channel.

Orange Dual Terror Features
  • 30, 15, 7 watt selectable output
  • All Valve tone from 4 x ECC83 preamp and 4 x EL84 power tubes
  • Independent Volume, Tone and Gain for each channel
  • Power Switch and Output valve switch
  • 1.5mm Zintec Chassis with steel vented top case
  • Includes Padded Gig Bag
The Dual Terror switches from 30 to 15 to 7 watts making it the ultimate versatile portable amplifier both for studio and stage. The Fat Channel delivers warmer tones whilst the Tiny Terror Channel has the sonic character of the original Tiny Terror.
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Phone:  404-303-8196 Warranty:  1 Year; 3 months speakers

Customer Reviews

Review: Maki from Louisville KY Submitted: 11/22/2011

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Killer amp
Product Rating

Very dependable

Had it for a month and played 6 gigs. So far so good

Your general opinion of this product.

Great sounding amp for live gigs and studio recordings




Review: metalhead11b from Mo., anonmyous48776 Submitted: 9/9/2011

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



very rugged and dependable in my opinion.

I can t rate this one, as I don't own this product yet.

Your general opinion of this product.

This is one of the best head I have ever played through. I was in the music store today and was just randomly playing their guitars on the shelf. I plugged into this thing and was blown away. Wow is all I can say. I know which head Ill be buying in the future. Great little head!!!! 5 stars all the way.

You can dial in anything from a muddy blues sound to a killer hardcore/metal sound. Very versatile...

Review: Jeff Submitted: 1/1/2011

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



As mentioned, it is well built, as well as attractive with some heft to it. The gig bag with a shoulder strap, removable padded handle cover, and the embroidered Orange stenciling protect and add to this quality product.

Have only had the head and 1 by 12 Orange cab about 1 week. Each are well built externally and are relatively heavy at about 27 and 35 pounds respectively. A head in a metal case takes some getting used to but I now find it unique and attractive.

Your general opinion of this product.

Well built and portable. Awesome tone when connected to the 1 by 12 Orange cab or my Marshall 4 by 12

Three controls for each channel make finding the sound you are looking for quick and painless with lots of possibilities at your fingertips!

From squeaky clean and piano like to snappy and bright. From classic crunch to extreme overdrive, this portable package has it all.

High gloss peint and cool looking symbols and the Orange logo add a unique, classy appearence. 1 by 12 is solid, covered by orange vinyl with black corner protectors. Looks sharp!


Review: Shawn from New York Submitted: 8/28/2010

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Perfect little gigging amp!!

The quality on this product is pretty d*mn good. Made in China, but seems to be as good as the UK made Orange amps.

I've only had it for about 4 months, but its already become my main gigging amp. Sure beats lugging around a 100watt 2x12 combo!

Your general opinion of this product.

I was in the market for a good lunchbox amp which included the Dual Terror, Vox Nightrain and Mesa TransAtlantic. I ended up choosing the Orange over the others due to the ease of use, two channels and of course the Orange Heritage.

One of the selling points on this for me was the three knobs per channel setup. On stage, it makes tonal changes a breeze. In the studio, it still is pretty versatile. Bottom line, its not as versatile as a "proper" EQ amp, but it more than makes up for it by being a great "gigging" amp.

Its actually a really nice looking amp in person. The pictures don't do it justice. I almost didn't want to get it because it didn't have the signature orange enclosure, but now that I actually have it, it doesn't bother me.


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