An update of Orange's popular Crush Pix bass combo amplifiers, the Orange Crush Bass 50 injects excitement into your practice sessions. Loaded with features from their higher-end OB1 and 4 Stroke amps, Orange infused the Crush Bass 50 with lots of sound-shaping power, courtesy of an active EQ and parametric mid control. A ported cabinet imbues this 50-watt powerhouse with ample low end. All-analog circuitry reproduces the classic warmth favored by such iconic bassists as Geddy Lee, John McVie, and Glenn Hughes (and many of us here at Music Bliss). The Orange Crush Bass 50 bass combo amplifier - who knew that jamming in your apartment or dorm room could be so much fun?
Yes! Majority of our product provides a minimum 1 year warranty on the electronic parts.
Definitely! You can contact our sales team through 016-3111286 or head over to Music Bliss showroom to view the item before buying it. We are honored to have you over!
It usually takes only 3-7 working days for the item to be safely delivered to your doorstep. Self-collection and Lalamove (local delivery) is available as well!
Of course! You can head over to Music Bliss showroom for self-collection during our working hours.
10am - 7.30pm (Mon - Thurs)
10am - 7pm (Fri - Sat)
10am - 6pm (Sun)
Yes! Please note that the delivery hour for Lalamove service is only available for local delivery, from 11am to 5pm daily. For delivery ,please check out choosing Lalamove/Grab service or contact the mainline 016-3111286.
I have previously purchased both a Fender Rumble 25 and 40. I never cared for the drive sound...in fact, I thought it was pretty awful. I wanted to give Orange a try (and one day maybe an Ampeg), and boy was I ever glad that I did. The drive circuit on the Orange Crush 50 sounds fantastic! It is soooooo much better than the Fender Rumble 40...by a country mile. The built in tuner could be handy, but I have a tuner pedal that I prefer. The only thing that the Crush 50 lacks that the Rumble 40 has, is a XLR output...not something I have ever used, or plan to anytime soon anyway. Overall, the Crush 50 is pretty much superior in every way.
Sweet little practice combo from Orange. Sturdy, well-built and well-appointed. EQ with midrange sweep lets you dial in all the tones you could want for its primary purpose. Plenty loud for the bedroom. Don't expect to rock out with this amp, and certainly not in a full band setting. And don't expect subsonic, chest-pounding thump either, because that's not what this amp is for. That said, the 12" speaker will push out some low-end chunk with authority, in context. The gain/blend feature is fantastic, and imo is what really gets this amp into awesome territory. Don't let fizzy youtube reviews fool you. It brings the fuzz. Sounds great, super fun, super diverse. Tuner is nice but is the one thing that feels a little cheap. Aux input is ok. Don't see myself using it much but it's there. If you know Orange, and you want a solid practice combo with a wide palette of tones and some grit, and don't need a lot of bells and whistles, give it a shot.
Great sounding amp for the price. The built in tuner is an added bonus.
Great quality. Great price