Orange Tiny Terror

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by CHyde, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. CHyde

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    Anyone have one? Played one? Was checking out youtube clips. Seems pretty badass.
     
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    It's fun, yes. Give it a shot, if you don't like it, flip it.
     
  3. Peppy

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    Tried both the head/cab and the combo...really like the combo...matches up quite well with single-coil-equipped guitars.
     
  4. CHyde

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    Sweet. Thanks.
     
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    Boy, thats not as easy as it used to be. :(
     
  6. CHyde

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    True that!
     
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    I took a $75 hit on one of the first Korean ones, after playing through it for an hour. I only sold it because I didn't need it. Couldn't resist.

    Cool amp though. Kind of a one-trick pony..
     
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    I had one for a while. Does the British over-drive thing good, but that was all I liked about it. I agree with the one trick pony analogy. YMMV :)
     
  9. dead mike

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    great amps for drive. worth the moeny
     
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    I modded mine by removing a gain stage, swapping the OT for one designed for an 18 watt Marshall, and swapping all the signal caps for Sozos. Not a one trick pony anymore...

    Either way a good deal for the $ especially used. A decent base for mods too.
     
  11. CHyde

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    Great input. Thanks guys.
     
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    Great amp for getting your Rawk on. Extraordinary recording amp too. I actually dig the stock tubes, whatever they are!
     

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