I bought one of these 6 weeks ago to play my 75 Jazz through it cost $269. It is OK for a practice amp and can probably carry a P&W church service if the church is not that big. From experience at my uncles church once you add a guitar or two, keyboards, piano, and drums it will get buried. The tone is nothing to write home about and lacking on the lower end.
Since then I picked up 2 old Peavy TNT-100s. Both are in working condition, but one is in very good condition. The other cosmetically shows it's age and has a little pot noise. Nothing on that one can't be fixed with a couple of hours cleaning, some Deoxit shot in the pots and working them, and a little paint on the metal. Both have 15 inch Blackwidows and will walk all over the Orange in volume and tone quality. With a set of casters for the better of the 2 and a new ground plug for the other. I have less invested in both than in the Orange, and both produce a way better sound with a lot more low end output.
IMHO if it were me looking again I would look and test out some used amps. I think with a little time invested you will be able to find something you will be a lot happier with. Now I have my Orange on CL trying to recoup a little of the funds spent on it.
Fender Jazz Club member #1265, Crappy Bassist w/Expensive Gear #303, Mediocre Bassists Club 954, '75 Fender Jazz
Last edited by BCB50 : 01-17-2014 at 04:44 PM.