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Orange Terror Bass MK1

Great tube pre/ss power head. Full of hairy grindy, tubey goodness and crazy loud for the power rating.

Full 500w at either 4 or 8 Ohm switchable.

a bit of cosmetic wear but otherwise good.

Price includes UK postage.







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47 minutes ago, pbasspecial said:

Fantastic little amps. Probably the one I regret selling the most. 

Don't Paul. I'm now regretting it before I've sold it 😂 I probably should keep it but trying to be sensible with no gigs blah blah blah.....

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9 hours ago, pbasspecial said:

Fantastic little amps. Probably the one I regret selling the most. 

Yep. Same here. 

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On 14/09/2020 at 13:51, pbasspecial said:

Fantastic little amps. Probably the one I regret selling the most. 

Yup me too... I'll own another some day... 

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