Orange Amplification is proud to announce the exclusive endorsement of Evanescence guitarist, Troy McLawhorn.
Double Grammy Award winners, Evanescence have sold more than twenty million records worldwide, of which more than eight million sales were in the USA. They released their third self-titled studio album this month which debuted at #1 on the Billboard chart, also topping the Rock Albums, Alternative Albums, Hard Rock Albums, and the Digital Albums chart! Their second album released in 2006, titled The Open Door, sold more than six million copies.
Troy McLawhorn rejoined Evanescence earlier in 2011 after a spell with post-grunge band Seether. He is using two of the Rockerverb 100 heads with PPC412 Speaker Cabs. Troy said ‘Orange Amps are what you need if you want to separate yourself from the pack!’
Long regarded as a masterpiece of guitar amplification, the Rockerverb series is renowned for delivering the legendary Orange Amp sound. Its tube-driven chiming reverbs, ultra high gain distortions, and sparkling effects make it one of the most versatile guitar amps on the planet. The PPC 412 Speaker Cabinets are extremely rugged, with a built-to-last construction that stands up to the rigours of active world touring.
For more information on Orange Amplification, its products and endorsees visit: http://www.orangeamps.com/
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