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Orange Crush 20RT Guitar Combo Amplifier with Reverb

Orange Crush 20RT Guitar Combo Amplifier with Reverb

Building on the power and versatility of the Orange Crush 20, the 20RT also features lush reverb for huge soundscapes plus a handy on-board chromatic tuner.

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Submitted December 27, 2017 by Jay H in Luna Pier, MI
"Outstanding!"
This amp earns its relatively modest price tag and beyond. Sweet Orange tones that are surprisingly warm for a solid state. The cleans are what really get me. I plug my Reverend Buckshot and other Tele-style guitars in, and the cleans pop hard but go gentle based on your attack. Never been happier with a practice amp (and I've owned just about all of them). My only wish would be for an effects loop and/or line out, but it does what it's supposed to do at 20 watts. Surprisingly loud, as well. You won't gig a full band with it, but it fills the church nicely.
Musical Background:
Guitar - 25 years; Some drums; Pro Tools recording; former touring musician; current church and small gig player
Musical Style:
Whatever ya got
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Submitted December 2, 2019 by Neal M in Plano, TX
"Awesome"
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This amp is fantastic... I got this bc it's affordable and non-digital. Tube amps were out of my budget and others with digital overdrive sound weird to me. This thing sounds natural and fairly dynamic. I'm happy with the purchase. zZounds rules!!
Musical Background:
Amateur
Musical Style:
Rock
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Submitted September 25, 2020 by Frank P in Orlando, FL
"A baby Bear!"
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I own a Crush 120 with two open back cabs, an Orange and a Laney. Too big for practice. I bought the Crush12 for guitar repair and home recording; with a PPC 4 x 12 out, how could I go wrong? My Fender Deluxe 85 and a Laney XL , were gone or preparing to, so I needed a practice rig. I am a Clearance guy and waited and a 20RT became available. Would 20 watts give me what I needed? I spun the dice. Orange, like Marshall, 20 watts is RMS, truly, and the Crush 20RT delivered. Reverb, a tuner, an OD sw out, is all I needed. The other guitarist has a 50w Marshall Valvestate combo, and the bassisit plays through a JCM800. Well, the little bitty 20RT, has headroom to spare in a 12x12 practice room, and we're all old so volume is not recommended, so , I use my RP-500 multi-effects OD, although, the 20RT would be MORE than adequate. It's just a one less pedal thing. The 8" VOTW spkr is the kicker; plenty of bottom end, surprisingly so. I played an Epi Dot, a Fender Player Jag and a DeArmond 7-star with Crunch Lab, Liquifire pups and I dialed in fatness and clarity, for all three. using the Dark channel with a clean tone that helped roll some bottom in on the Fender. You WANT to pay less then $200 for a practice amp. This is the one. It's so frikkin' cute against the other rigs. Cool.....Support value is untested and may never be, but it has to be excellent. My 3rd Orange, and I'm drooling over a 60w Crush combo. Oh, yeah!
Musical Background:
65, but still play stuff Bonomassa would have to figure out. Played mostly in the SE US; Orlando, New Orleans, Atlanta/Athens
Musical Style:
AAA originals, Prog Rock, Classic Rock, Top 40 (for de $$$), Clean, gnarly and all styles in between. Flat picker, like Gibbons
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Submitted September 20, 2018 by Larry Williams
"Mini Beast."
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Just got this today. I have an Orange Jim Root 2x12 cab, which I love- this has the same Voice of the World speaker in it that my 2x12 has (although smaller), so I decided to pull the trigger. And am SO glad I did.This is build incredibly well, as is my other Orange cab. Thick, sturdy, heavy wood with heavy duty build quality. Which is a great thing to have for practical reasons, but the heavy thick wood also adds to the tone.The gain is incredible. Far exceeded my expectations. It has a full, saturated in your face growl that I have a hard time pulling out of most stock amps. I've been playing for over 20 years, and I can say this is right up there, if not *the* best hi gain I've heard from an amp. I don't need an overdrive; just plug straight in and dial to taste. It's got that *brittish* tone that is hard to describe, but you know it when you hear it. There is a reason bands like High On Fire, Down, Sunn 0))), and Slipknot use Orange. This tone is made for doom and sludge.The tuner works surprisingly well, and comes quite handy. The reverb sounds nice; haven't had much time to play with the clean yet, but the little I did sounded very good. Clear, warm sound- especially with the reverb; and it's plenty loud for practicing purposes. Don't know if it would handle a gig, but more than you'll need for the house. The only downside I can think of is that there is no FX loop. I may end up upgrading down the road to the 35 just for the loop, so I can get some delay and wah going for the leads. Very impressed with this. It's good to know there are still companies out there that take pride in their products. Highly recommended.
Musical Background:
20+ years as a recording and touring guitarist.
Musical Style:
Metal.
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