#1
...and other amp related questions


okay so, how much is the Tiny Terror, and where can i buy one? i understand that orange runs a bit expensive but good tone is good tone. also, the tiny teror is just an amp head, correct? so would i also have to buy a cabinet? i dont know too much about amps. i know the wattage and im not worry about it being loud, i dont plan on being in a band anytime soon so dont take that into consideration. i play mainly 80s metal, grunge, 90s rock/metal (linkin park, korn, etc.), but that doesnt mean i dont like the clean tunes too. i wanna get into classical without buying a classical guitar.

to make a long story short. is this amp suggested, how much, where can i get one, and do i need a cabinet too


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#4
the tiny terror is a guitar head but they recently made a combo version of it to

if you want a versatile amp the tiny terror isn't for you. And it is only 15/7 watts but it is class A so it is loud as hell. As for where to buy one. They sell new ones on ebay, and I have even seen them in guitar center a couple of times. they usually run about 400 bucks for the head or 750 for the combo.

if you get the head you need a cab, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend an orange amp for you, because the tiny terror isn't too versatile and the more versatile (aka rocker and ad series) are very pricey.
#7
nothing over 800 haha, i mean im going to be saving up anyway so it doesnt really matter to what amount at this point. but i refuse to spendd over 800
#9
Quote by seankellyultgtr

i play mainly 80s metal, grunge, 90s rock/metal (linkin park, korn, etc.), but that doesnt mean i dont like the clean tunes too. i wanna get into classical without buying a classical guitar


there you go
#11
there are a lot of options for that price level man

check out the vox ac 15
peavey classic 30


or maybe even a used orange ad series, or rocker combo. I have seen them go on ebay for around 800 bucks. Keep an eye out for those.
#12
i dont necessarily want to spend up to that level, up to 500 would be ideal but i know that quality comes with price. i have a peavey now and im not really a fan of it... its a cheap model but i still dont like it
#13
peavey tube amps are really good though man (their solid states which i am assuming you play are pretty crappy though). But if it isn't for you check out traynor amps, or the vox ac 15.
#14
Quote by sigur_ros6
peavey tube amps are really good though man (their solid states which i am assuming you play are pretty crappy though). But if it isn't for you check out traynor amps, or the vox ac 15.


alright, thanks
#15
yeah no prob.

the most important thing is to get an amp with a really good clean sound and good overdrive. You can always add distortion pedals and things like that later.
#16
A Classic 30 is right up your ally. So are Traynors, Peavey Ultras, maybe a used JCM.
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