Orange Amps Introduces the 50th Anniversary White Crush 20

The combo will be available finished in a pristine white basket weave vinyl topped with a commemorative Orange Amplification 50th Anniversary plate.

England (October 5, 2018) -- To celebrate its 50th Anniversary Orange Amplification is issuing a limited edition White Crush 20.

When they were launched in 2015, the classic analogue tones of the Crush Series of amps redefined the term for ‘practice amps’ by offering a genuine alternative to digital modeling. These acclaimed solid state amps are now found everywhere.

The compact and portable Crush 20 has an uncompromising approach to guitar tone that produces a sound far greater than its size suggests. The versatile, workhorse of an amp produces a spectrum of Oranges distinctive British tones, with its simple and intuitive controls. Small and lightweight, the powerful Crush 20 delivers a tube-like sound quality and performance at an affordable price.

For a limited time only the Crush 20 will be available finished in a pristine white basket weave vinyl topped with a commemorative Orange Amplification 50th Anniversary plate. It may look innocent, but appearances can be deceptive!

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