Orange Artist Signature Glenn Hughes Crush Bass 50 - Purple
Modern to Vintage
The Crush Bass 50 compact combo, inspired by Orange’s flagship AD200 and OB1 bass amplifiers, perfectly blends some of the most defining elements of each. It has the essentials of a recording amp and delivers warm, clean bass tones, vintage growl with fat low end and blendable overdrive.
Like the rest of the Crush Bass range, this 50 Watt model delivers bold and punchy lows courtesy of its analogue circuitry and ported cabinet. The extremely flexible active EQ section includes a sweepable parametric mid band, allowing players to shape their signature sound without limitations. For even more versatility, the interactive Gain and Blend controls are primed for creating enormous ‘bi-amped’-style tones with ease, adding extra harmonics and variable levels of grit to the core bass tone. They can also be switched in remotely using the optional footswitch. Other handy features include a buffered effects loop, integrated tuner, aux. input and a headphone output with our Cabsim circuitry.
Glenn Hughes Signature Purple Crush Bass 50
With more than a decade as an Orange artist, we are thrilled to be launching the ‘Glenn Hughes Signature Crush Bass 50’. In 2016, Hughes was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Deep Purple, a band which he released three albums with in the mid 70s. Glenn is also known as the bassist and vocalist for Trapeze, Black Country Communion with Joe Bonnamassa, California Breed and more recently, The Dead Daisies. “We feel privileged to honour Glenn with this affordable limited edition bass combo. He has played such a big part in British music history’ said Cliff Cooper, Orange Amps CEO and Founder. ‘To make a purple combo is a fitting way to pay a tribute to him.”
Talking about the Crush Bass 50, Hughes said: ‘You can go in the studio, take that bass combo and make your album with something like that, it’s truly outstanding. It’s gritty, it’s punchy: sustain is so important and its certainly got all that.’ He added: ‘Orange all the way……..it’s the future, it’s the way to go, you heard it from me!’