If you loved the Micro Terror and Micro Dark, then you’ll probably fall head-over-heels for this one because it combines all the punch from both amps into a pocket-sized powerhouse.
It features a hybrid valve/solid-state design providing guitarists with the best of both worlds. It uses a 12AX7 valve-based preamp to provide pristine cleans as well as monstrous gain. The preamp is also touted to deliver the harmonics, dynamics and feel we’ve come to expect from a full-sized Orange amp.
On the flip side, the Terror Stamp uses a 20-watt Class AB Solid State power amp which is reliable at any volume and can even power a 4×12 cab, according to Orange.
Key among its other features are an eight/16Ohm speaker output, a fully-buffered FX loop, a cab sim/headphone output, a shape control and a footswitchable master volume. Its diminutive-yet-durable case measures 6.1 x 13.4 x 9.9cm and weighs just 0.38Kg.
The Terror Stamp adds to Orange’s flying start for 2020. Prior to this release, the brand announced the Bass Butler as well as the Little Bass Thing. The former is a stompbox-sized dual-amp bass rig described by Orange as “quite possibly the only pedal bassists will ever need”. This is due to its versatility and expansive I/O options. The latter, put simply, is a no-nonsense, lightweight 500-watt solid-state bass amp.
More information at orangeamps.com.