Custom Orange Tiny Terror head cab...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by bizzwriter, May 19, 2008.

  1. bizzwriter

    bizzwriter Member

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    Just thought I'd show off the custom head cab I had built for my Orange Tiny Terror. Although the TT is my #1 gigging amp (usually a/b with my 18 watt Marshall clone through a Fender 2x12 stereo cab), I just couldn't deal with the cheap metal lunchbox look. NOW I'm happy! The cab was built by R.L. Mott in Florida -- here's his website address.

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  2. gkoelling

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    Very nice!

    Is RL still a member here?

    It's been a while since I've seen him post.
     
  3. mdsmith64

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    Excellent! I like that a lot. Any thought towards adding some kind of logo to the front? I may use this idea for my TT....


    -Mike
     
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    Thanks! Don't know if RL hangs out here anymore or not...
     
  5. bizzwriter

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    Thanks a lot! I'm trying to figure out if I can get hold of the 40th anniversary logo in some format to put on the front:

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    I'm also going to get some of that gold metal mesh to cover the gap at the top of the back panel -- like on a Marshall head.
     
  6. ecbluesman54

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    Very nice. I agree that the metal looks like a lunch box.
    Yours looks great!
     
  7. johnspeck

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    looks great!

    i'm thinking about a tt, and i like what you've done. if i picked one up, i would also fashion some sort of head cab.
     
  8. Glass Onion

    Glass Onion Toneful truth seeker. Gold Supporting Member

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    R.L. did a new cab for my Fender Pro Jr and I am very pleased. He left it unfinished and I just put some tounge oil on it. It looks and sounds great.
     
  9. Ace_F4i

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    looks good. hope this thing doesn't overheat.
     
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    Nice! There is a market for this, I want one too.
     
  11. bizzwriter

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    Me too! Should be okay -- we left lots of room to breathe...
     

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