A look into the history of Orange Amps, Orange Records, and Orange Studios and the landmark products along the way.

OMEC Amplifiers and Cabinets
"In 1977, OMEC introduced an entire line of 150-watt transistor instrument and public address amplifiers. The line of budget amplifiers included (left) a 150-watt instrument amp with 5-band graphic EQ and built-in Reverb, Phase, and Boost effects and 2x12"" cabinet ; (middle) a 150-watt instrument amp with 5-band graphic EQ and 1x15"" Bass Reflex Horn cabinet; and (right) a 150-watt, 4-channel PA amp with 5-band graphic EQ and 2x12"" PA cabinets. The solid-state amps bridged the gap between affordable offerings and Orange's higher-end valve amps."

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