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

Comic Advertising - Explaining the Crest
"After designing the crest, Orange used their comic advertising format to explain the symbols, and take some good-humored swipes at rival amp companies. This comic was scanned from an advertisement in ""Beat Instrumental."" The artist was Brian Engel, the same artists who painted the psychedelic art on the front of the Orange Shop."

To read more from The Book of Orange, check out our exclusive excerpt!

Catalinbread Element Series Overdrive, Distortion & Fuzz Demos PG Plays

Watch John Bohlinger test out the range and roar of these high-quality, sweet-spot boxes.

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Epiphone partners with Joe Bonamassa to launch the Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 in Sixties Cherry.

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Based on the legendary DS-1 Distortion, the DS-1W fuses the look and character of the standard pedal with two modes and a newly revised discrete analog circuit for more range and versatility.

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The Trigger Fly Capo builds on the original Trigger Capo—Dunlop’s most popular capo design—designed for better handling and tuning stability.

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