#1
I don't know what it is but the Orange 112 cab i got with my Tiny Terror just isn't doing it for me.

I play mostly metal/hard rock but I'm aiming for that Gary Moore "smoothness".
If I can do this without a speaker swap that'll be the best but if not I was think a warehouse green beret. Any ideas? Pickup swap maybe?

If it helps my rig is:

Gibson SG Faded -> Fulltone OCD -> Tiny Terror w/ Orange PPC112

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#2
TT isn't the best for hard rock. Maybe a head change will help. Others can help you with that.
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#3
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TT isn't the best for hard rock. Maybe a head change will help. Others can help you with that.


Not in my budget man plus I really dig the head, played it through a nice 412 and damn but it's not really practical for me to get 412 just for home and band jamming. Someday though. I'm looking right now how to get the "smoothness" out of a distortion i don't know how else to explain it.
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#4
It sounds to me like you need a bigger cab rather than a different speaker. If I'm not mistaken, the PPC112 comes with a Vintage 30, which should be perfect for what you're playing.
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