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Orange Logo Redesign Contest, Finalist Voting Underway Now

Orange Amplification held a “Golden Ticket” promotion at this year’s MusikMesse music conference in Frankfurt, Germany. Visitors lucky enough to find a golden ticket in their Orange bag received a Dark Terror guitar amplifier.

However, after searching and extending the deadline, Orange wasn’t able to recover two missing tickets. After asking Facebook Fans for suggestions, Orange created two competitions to give away the remaining Dark Terrors and a bonus Micro Terror.

Orange asked Facebook fans to recreate their iconic Orange logo. The result was over 500 pieces of totally unique artwork. After much time and consideration, Orange has chosen the finalists and will be making each design their logo for their Website Homepage and Facebook for a day.

All the Finalists’ designs are already posted on Facebook where fans are “liking” their favorite to vote for the winner. The winning design will be showcased on further and the artist will be rewarded with a Micro Terror and a Dark Terror signed by Orange’s Founder and CEO, Cliff Cooper.

You can still win a Dark Terror even if you didn’t submit a design! At the end of the competition, one lucky Facebook fan that has engaged with the competition (sharing, commenting or liking), will be given a Dark Terror.

Click here to vote now on the Orange Amps Facebook!

In 2005 Orange Amplification created the first “lunchbox amp,” the Tiny Terror. Since then the Terror range has become one of the most popular among guitar players. The Dark Terror is a menacingly loud metal machine, perfect for hard rock and metal. The Micro Terror is the newest addition to the Terror range, boasting 20 Watts in a phone-sized package.


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