Geddy Lee and Jim Root Signed Gear Giveaway by Orange
Orange is giving away a hand-signed Signature #4 Jim Root Terror Head and an AD200B Bass MK 3 Amp with OBC410 cab signed by Geddy Lee.
This giveaway is available for all Jim Root, Geddy Lee and Orange Amplification fans in the USA and Canada.
Signature #4 Jim Root Terror Head is an amp based on the dirty channel of an Orange Rockerverb 100, the amp that Jim Root uses both in the studio and during road trips with his bands Stone Sour and Slipknot.
This is a small but powerful all-tube amp, with 15-watts of power that caters to high gain rock and metal. It comes with 3-band EQ knobs, a gain knob and a 15/7 watt switch which when tweaked properly can let you dial in vintage rock and blues tones. The amp also features a 12AT7 tube driven effects loop. The lucky winner will receive a special hand signed model.
Here is the Signature #4 Jim Root Terror Head in action:
The AD200B Bass MK3 amp is a tube driven bass amplifier that has no bells and whistles, it simply gives your bass guitar signal the quickest route to your speaker. The amp is vintage inspired with simple EQ, master and gain controls.
You get 200 Watts output from four 6550 tubes which will be enough to rattle the floor of even large arenas. The winner will receive a hand signed amp, as well as an OBC410 cabinet. Geddy Lee is set to use this setup on his forthcoming Clockwork Angel world tour with Rush which is scheduled to start in September of 2012.
To join the contest, all you have to do is to subscribe to Orange Amplification's Monthly newsletter by providing your e-mail address at the corresponding contest page. Here is the contest page for the Jim Root Terror Head, and the Geddy Lee signed AD200B amp.
For more information about the contest and its rules, you can visit Orange Amps.
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