The team's opinion: We agree: Orange is one of the legendary brands. That's all. When we saw this tank from the British brand, its acquisition seemed obvious to us. So this Bangeetar Kezaco? This is a complete Preamplification section, based on the brand's Rockerverb model. One imagines from the start the possibilities offered by the machine. The knobs, 7 in number, will allow you to sculpt your sound, in particular thanks to its highly developed parametric equalization. Although confusing at first glance, recording aficionados will find what they are looking for. Indeed, 3 knobs are dedicated only to Mids frequencies. The Mid, allows to gauge the quantity of medium, the Q parameter the width of the band of the frequencies of the mediums. Finally, the Freq determines the frequency on which the mids will act, from low to high mids. You are warned, this pedal is not Plug & Play. However, once apprehended it will allow you to cover an impressive range, regardless of the guitar used. Be careful, the latter will not suit all styles. The gain knob is anecdotal at the start of the race: Blues/Pop fans go your way. However, from 5 out of 20 (yes the pedal offers 20 notches) it begins to reveal the grain of the machine. At this stage, we are already in the domain of saturation: Billy Gibbons can only approve. From noon we enter the realm of big, hairy Orange-style distortion! Think Weezer's Blue Album. Beyond that, Metal fans will be delighted. No need to push the gain to the maximum. To top it off, the pedal is equipped with a very effective Boost and placed at the end of the chain to only increase the volume, as well as a CAB simulator. The latter has the merit of being there and can save your life in concert if your amp fails you, but does not replace a cabinet. The pedal can be powered by 9V and 12V (where it gives the best results). The latter can be used on the clean channel of your amp, like a classic distortion or in the send of the loop like a preamp. A very rare pedal on the second-hand market!