Orange Amplification are calling for anyone who owns one of its very rare effects pedals (opens in new tab)from the '70s to get in touch.
The Phazer, Sustain and Distortion were made at Orange's UK Bexleyheath factory between 1977 to 1979 and are the first pedals the company ever made.
Orange now has plans to reissue them after finding the original schematics for the pedals while housecleaning during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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They were then passed to the company’s designer Ade Emsley (opens in new tab). Now Orange needs the physical pedals to get the complete picture before any possible reissues with upgrades.
Orange will then be able to find the exact dimensions of the originals and learn additional insight from their owners.
So if you're out there with one of these three rare pedals, please get in touch with Orange via Facebook (opens in new tab), Twitter (opens in new tab), Instagram (opens in new tab) or e-mail them through their website at orangeamps.com/contact (opens in new tab).