1. avatar kev
    Hey again folks!

    I'm currently selling my AD140 in the hope of downsizing my rig to something a bit more manageable.

    Anyone who knows me knows I fucking lOVE orange! :P

    So i'm open to all suggestions/Offers. I can't make a move on anything until my AD140 sells, but please do keep me posted now as i'm liable to have VERY soon!

    Cheers

    Kev
  2. avatar SimonC
    If you feel like a break from the World of Orange - I have a Marshall 1974X for sale. Not your usual Marshall tone ... this is a handwired 20W combo that is pure TONE!
  3. avatar kev
    I'd be interested most definitely. Waiting on before I can make a move after anything though

    I've owned Marshall in the past and found them to be weak in the low mids/bass / Brittle in the High mids. How does this model rate?
  4. avatar The Stav
    I have a 70s Orange combo I'm looking to sell, pics and info here:

    http://fastfude.org/topic.php?id=36711

    Send me a PM if you're interested!
  5. avatar SimonC
    Kev - TBH I'm not a Marshall fan but the 1974-X is a TOTALLY different beast. It's a very simple set-up - classic sounding with a beautiful valve driven tremolo. Both channels break up nicely (and differently). Here's a few clips from YouTube to give you a feel for it. Amp comes with the footswitch and also a padded Silverstone Amp Cover.

    [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-g1hFZtBPc]PRO GUITAR SHOP REVIEW[/url]

    [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGoLPgbDujQ&feature=related]GUITAR WORLD REVIEW[/url]
  6. avatar chrisjedijane
    Kev, why don't you just sell your Orange 4x12 and get one of the open-backed 2x12s? The PPC212OB is smaller than the other 2x12 - it's the same size as the combo and yo get to keep the nice 140W head...
  7. avatar kev
    [quote:418543d940="chrisjedijane"]Kev, why don't you just sell your Orange 4x12 and get one of the open-backed 2x12s? The PPC212OB is smaller than the other 2x12 - it's the same size as the combo and yo get to keep the nice 140W head...[/quote:418543d940]

    hey man,

    I'd thought of that, considered it and probably would have went for it had I not already owed an orange 2x12 :P

    In terms of the 'carry factor', the combo is definitely a better option for me. Especially in and out of my home studio to rehearsal room etc. I have the 2x12 there for extra scope in my rig, should I need it at later stages.

    The extra bit of I can generate puts me in a better position to get a new acoustic as well, so yes i'm losing a seriously fucking class amp, but I'm still getting a quality combo and acoustic in its place.
  8. avatar chrisjedijane
    Yeah, that's fair enough I guess. What combo are you thinking of?