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  • When it comes to building mini and micro amps, Orange has consistently crushed the competition ever since they introduced their very first Terror model. Over the years, countless companies have joined the war on Terror, but Orange has always stayed one step ahead by introducing a steady stream of new models that expand the Terror-fying sounds and flexibility of their amps.Oranges new Brent Hinds Terror amp head is the companys second artist signature Terror model, featuring a design based on the popular Rocker 15 Terror but with modified gain structure and different EQ voicing. Like the Rocker 15 Terror, the Brent Hinds Terror is an impressively versatile two-channel lunchbox amp with high-gain tone thats certain to please Mastodon fans, but with its expanded tonal palette its also an amp that deserves a closer look from guitarists who play almost any style of music.

  • If you follow the trend of most pedal manufacturers, the idea is to release a novel pedal, and if its a hit, follow up sometime later with its mini-pedal versionbecause everyone wants mini-pedals now.Jumping ahead of the trend, Wampler released a remarkable mini-pedal called the Tumnus, an uncannily accurate Klon-clone that nailed that legendary sound. Now, Wampler bucks the trend by introducing a full-sized iteration of that overdrive called the Tumnus Deluxe. With a 3-band EQ and increased gain, dare I say the Tumnus Deluxe sounds even more magical than its predecessor Well, if moving in reverse is wrong, then I dont wanna be right, and I like your style, Brian Wampler.The Tumnus Deluxe features the same aged gold finish and incredible tone as the Tumnus but adds more flexibility in shaping your sound with controls for Bass, Mids, Treble, Level and Gain. Theres also a Normal/Hot switch that introduces more gain into the circuit, and a side-mounted buffer switch for selecting buffered or true bypass operation. The pedal operates either with a 9V battery or AC adaptor, and also features Wamplers rugged, soft touch footswitch.

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