Watch How ORANGE AMPLIFIERS Assemble Their Famous Speaker Cabinets


Have you ever wondered why Orange Amplifiers’ speaker cabs sound so goddamn good, weigh a fuckton, and last longer than your parents’ marriage? It’s because they’ve had something like 50 years to develop their cabinet-making process and hone it into a precise art form, which can now be viewed blow-by-blow – educational captions and all. The video’s only 4 minutes long, and Clutch is the soundtrack, so it’s now your duty as a human to hit play.

The whole build is actually super interesting, and catching glimpses of the Orange team working their magic is pretty damn neat. I mean, shit; even the hose/cable things on their screw gun thingamajigs are orange. If that’s not dedication to brand identity I don’t know what is.

To supplement today’s instruction, I’d suggest reading all about the renowned PPC412. And if you’re looking to cop, just do it. These things rule.

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Gear Gods intern Maxwell studied English at Cal Poly Pomona and has since realized life ain’t all about semicolons and syntax. He’s studying audio now, and will probably judge your music taste before your grammar.

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