Looking for great sounding valves for Orange Dual Terror amplifier? You’ve come to the right place.
The Orange Dual Terror amplifier uses:
Unlike many amplifiers, this amp does not need to be biased when you change your valves.
We always recommend Sovtek or JJ valves for Orange Dual Terror amplifier. This is because they guarantee a stunning tone and long life. Remember, there are only five manufacturers of valves in the world. So don’t pay more for rebranded versions of exactly the same valve.
If you want to get your amp sounding like new we strongly recommend that you change all your valves at the same time. You will hear the difference.
So bring back the power and tone to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself to a new set of valves today.
If you have any questions about replacing the valves for Orange Dual Terror please get in touch. We have over 30 years experience so one of our team will always be happy to help.
Also, make sure you check out our FAQ Section as your question may have already been answered there.
About the Orange Dual Terror amp:
The Dual Terror is a twin channel, 30-watt head switchable from 30 to 15 or 7 watts. You get more choice and options shrunk into a size that belies its power. Most of the appeal of the Orange amplifiers lies in their simplicity of features and ease of use.
The Dual Terror expands slightly on the usual minimalistic Orange design. So they’ve added a second channel, giving the Dual Terror both a Fat and a Tiny Terror channel.
Notes on fitting the valves and biasing the amp:
V1 is closest to the input jack… so facing the front of the amp the positions are:
V4, V3, V2, V1.
V1- 1st half of tube is the 1st gain stage of both channels
2nd half of tube is the 2nd gain stage of the Tiny Terror channel
V2- Phase inverter.
V3- 2nd & 3rd gain stage for the Fat Channel.
V4- Phase Inverter for the Fat Channel.
This is a cathode biased amp so you do not need to bias the valves when you swap them.
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