Just in time for the holiday season, Orange Amplification has released a video showcasing the company's wide array of gear. Far from your everyday ad, the nine-minute video takes the form of a hilarious Home Shopping Network spoof, rife with on-air fuck-ups and technical difficulties. After giving a run-down of the catalogue with the help of his model, Evanescence guitarist Troy McLawhorn and Alex Auxier — Orange's International Relations Manager — takes some questions from the "viewers," who include Slipknot's Jim Root, Deftones' Stephen Carpenter, High on Fire's Matt Pike, Primus' Ler LaLonde and Fall Out Boy's Joe Trohman. Watch now, and be sure to keep an eye on the "customer reviews" ticker at the bottom of the screen: It's pure comedy gold ("I'm vegetarian, but I love the beefy tone!").
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