Orange TH30C 30-watt 1x12" Combo Amp

30-watt 2-channel All-tube 1x12" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Switchable Wattage and Effects Loop - Orange
Orange TH30C 30-watt 1x12
Orange TH30C 30-watt 1x12
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Gig-ready, Super-portable Tube Combo

Leave it to Orange to create a super-compact tube combo amp that's powerful enough for the stage, versatile enough for the studio, and portable enough to take anywhere. The TH30 combo packs its tube-fired power plant plus a 12" speaker into a chassis that's small enough to easily fit in your trunk or back seat. You get two channels that let you range from glassy clean to aggressively crunchy, so you're ready to take on your favorite styles in Orange style. The TH30 combo lets you choose among 30-, 15-, and 7-watt settings, so you can get the absolute most out of this amp on a loud stage, in the rehearsal room, or in the studio.

The TH30 combo comes loaded with two ECC83 preamp tubes and four EL84 power tubes. The onboard effects loop is also tube-powered (it uses a single ECC81 tube). The result? Big, beautiful, classic tones! The fact that Orange was able to coax such outstanding sonics out of such a small enclosure makes the TH30 combo even more of an amazing find. When you want to keep the volume at lower levels but need to make those tubes cook, choose the low-wattage setting. It's ideal for the studio or for quieter practice environments. Want to make some tube-flavored noise at a reasonable stage or studio volume level? Choose the 15-watt setting. You can drive the power tubes hard without driving the neighbors away. When it's time to hit the stage, go for the 30 watt setting. At 30 Class-A watts, this Orange amp will keep up with any band; it's capable of surprisingly high volume levels.

Orange TH30 Combo 2-channel, 30-watt, 1 x 12" Combo Amplifier Features:
  • Dirty channel controls include volume, shape, and gain
  • Clean channel controls include treble, bass, and volume
  • Effects loop
  • Class A, switchable between 30, 15, and 7 watts
  • 2 x ECC83 preamp tubes, 4 x EL84 output tubes, and 1 x ECC81 effects loop tube
Orange's TH30 combo packs a stage- and studio-friendly tube amp into a super-portable rig!

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 30W
Speaker Size 1 x 12"
EQ 1-band (Channel 1), 2-band (Channel 2)
Preamp Tubes 4 x ECC83/12AX7
Power Tubes 4 x EL84
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 3 x Speaker
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 20.47"
Width 21.65"
Depth 11.02"
Weight 52.9 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number TH30C

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Orange ya glad you bought an Orange

Wow...what the heck did Orange put in this amp? Steroids? It's great to take this sleeper amp on a gig. Everyone else is connecting stomp boxes and Cables and speaker cabinets to their behemoth rigs and I walk in with this little guy. "Dude where's your regular stack?" Then I plug in and slash their heads off! It's incredibly loud But with creamy articulate bad #%s tone. Hook it up to a closed back 212 with 30's and Game Over. The cleans are amazing with no reverb or just don't want anything fooling with that tight of a clean. Highly recommend this little tone monster for those who seek "the tone"!
Music background: Professional alt rock, ,melodic metal. No jazz

All Orange, all the time.

I'm a basement player, and I've cycled through several smaller amps over the last few years -- Marshall, Vox, Bogner, etc. -- trying to get a companion for my stalwart Fender Deluxe, which is burdened with my intricate and excessive signal chain. I wanted a box with character at under 30 watts that wouldn't need anything but maybe reverb and a wah. Folks, this is it. If you're looking at Orange, then you probably know the tone I'm getting these sounds like the Seventies in my house (in a good way). Clean or dirty, the output is distinctive and rich, played through Gibsons, Schecters, and Fenders with all manner of pickup approaches. The humbuckers, in particular, are given wings by this amplifier. Switched to 15 watts and cranked at full power, you will not be disappointed. Simple amp, and simply amazing.

"Little" Champion!

Actually I doubted at first if buying a small amp such at this one with it's own dirty channel would be a good idea (had the idea that only a 100w head would do the job)...It turned out not to be a good Idea but a GREAT one. The Th30C has you covered from heavy metal ( has that much gain) to soft bluesy / jazzy (yes again, it has a beautiful sounding clean channel that is "pedal friendly") tones with its 2 footswitcheable channels. The Effects loop is just a deam to have if you are also an "effect's freak" such as me. The possibility to go from 30w to 15w or even 7w is amazing, you can play at your room or live and get incredible tones out of this baby. This amp really stands out for its gorgeous looks and sounds, get it you will not be dissapointed!

Rockin Rocker

I can't go into all kinds of technical descriptions about lows, mids, and highs but, I can tell you, that after having tried out everything out there in the 30 to 50 watt range, this amp was the hands down winner. It is very simple to use however, when you turn a knob, you actually hear a difference in what comes out. As for power, I tried it out at the 7 watt setting with the volume turned up to about 11. My son comes running downstairs and asks if I can turn the volume down because the "house is shaking." With the class A design, this thing is a beast and is plenty loud enough for most gigging locations! Beyond that, it just sounds great! My other amps sound like toys in comparison . The crunch on this thing is awesome and the clean channel is pristine! I would have liked to get a reverb on it but, it wouldn't have stopped me from buying it much less, recommending it to someone. If you buy this amp, I am sure you will be happy. One last thing I have to mention, this was the first item I have ever purchased from Sweetwater. I was extremely happy with their knowledge, the fact that they had it in stock, and their friendly service. I ordered it around 11:30 AM and had it sent to my office. It arrived the next day around 1:00pm with no cost for shipping. They then followed up with an email asking if I was happy with my purchase, and if everything arrived ok and met my expectations. How is that for customer service?!
Music background: Hobbyist and part time gigger

Amazing Versatility, Tone, and Portability from bedrooms to clubs.

My JCM800 stack is my main amp, but after 25 years it's not practical for me to move around. As a bar band guitarist, I don't have a roadie. I wanted a lightweight combo that gave me a range of tones from Vox cleans to Marshal distortion, and I needed the versatility to use it for practicing alone, with the band, and at a gig. Enter the Orange TH30C. This amp is shockingly good. On the clean channel, I get crystal and jangly cleans with my Strat and Tele. Country, blues, rock - all there. On the dirty channel, I can go from 60s overdrive to 80s hard rock to modern metal distortion just by turning the gain and EQ knob. It's dead simple. My humbucking guitars sound so good on both clean and dirty channels, I find I'm less inclined to reach for my Strat or Tele unless I absolutely need them. I use pedals and rack effects. This amp has a great tune based effects loop and offers channel switching via foot pedal (not included). I am old school and need a tube amp not only for the tone, but for the feel. It's just more organic as opposed to digital modeling and solid state amps. This is a Class A amp with 4 tubes in the output stage. It is just what the doctor ordered, and you don't need an SUV to lug it around. Finally, I ordered mine as a B stock item and it came equipped with a Celestion 70th Anniversary G12H. I don't know how the standard Orange/Celestion VOW speaker sounds, but that is what is normally in this amp when bought as new today. I lucked out with the Celestion G12H so the B stock option was like winning the lottery. Thanks, Sweetwater!
See also: Combo Amps, Orange, Orange Guitar Combo Amps