#1
How dirty can a tiny terror get? Is it able to get there for metal?

Also can it be played around with to get something like avenged sevenfolds tone?
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Not realy suited to sevenfold. Think older metallica at most. It sounds best for just classis rock in my opinion. Sevenfolds tone is much more compressed, and smoother.
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#4
what type of cheap tube head would be good for it then?
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#5
My Tiny Terror can do slipknot and a7x when I can crank it. Without cranking it, there is enough gain to do most of anything you want, however it wont sound good if you're used to a plethera of gain.

Yes it can do metal. It sounds a lot better cranked however.
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maybe a valveking for what you are looking for
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maybe a valveking for what you are looking for

Well if you plan on $200 of upgrades before it sounds decent, sure. VK's are ****, any ****ing amp with a goddamn speaker and tube upgrade will sound ****ing awesome.

edit: Get an Egnater Rebel over a TT. I wish I would have
#10
Get an mxr to boost it then.
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he's boosting it with an mxr in that video though.


THe boost is really just for volume/headroom. He puts it there so he can turn the amp down, therefore having a tighter sound. If he cranked the amp, it would get a lot looser.
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THe boost is really just for volume/headroom. He puts it there so he can turn the amp down, therefore having a tighter sound. If he cranked the amp, it would get a lot looser.



so the lower the volume, the tighter the sound. what if i wanted to crank it, what could i use to tighten it up ? OD ?
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Hey, I've been thinking about getting one of these too. How loud exactly do they get?


Can get pretty loud, depends on your perception of loud though
the TT can easily do small gigs, and can drive a full stack. But the thing is, the advantage of that is you dont have to get too loud while getting a nice OD
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so the lower the volume, the tighter the sound. what if i wanted to crank it, what could i use to tighten it up ? OD ?

Um.. an MXR Boost? it was in the quote in the post you quoted.

Anyway, since I'm in here, I have a Question of my own: How are the cleans on a Tiny Terror? Can I get real Marshally clean tone, John Frusciante sound to be specific.
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Um.. an MXR Boost? it was in the quote in the post you quoted.


Quote by dcdossett65
THe boost is really just for volume/headroom. He puts it there so he can turn the amp down, therefore having a tighter sound. If he cranked the amp, it would get a lot looser.


my question was while cranked what could be used to tighten it, if an mxr boost is only used for volume/headroom.
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Quote by Ardie12
Can get pretty loud, depends on your perception of loud though
the TT can easily do small gigs, and can drive a full stack. But the thing is, the advantage of that is you dont have to get too loud while getting a nice OD



mmm... ok, could it get up there with like a Vox 50watt combo? Or is that pushing it

I REEEEALLY like the sound of this amp, but i need it to be loud or i can't use it.

#20
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Would I need to mic the TT to gig?


If you want cleans, definately.

It can easily keep up with an unmic'd drummer, so its probably not necessary if it's a smallish gig and you're mostly using OD.

And about doing metal on it, I play metal and set the gain to 1'o clock, so theres definately enough of that. You will need an EQ pedal or an overdive to play anything other than doom metal though.
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#21
I can get decent cleans and play over my jazz band, but i still dont have to play too loud. but it can easily fit in with a rock setting without mic'ing it. But it's not like Gutbusting loud at like 4 on a 30-40w tube amp
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#22
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If you want cleans, definately.

It can easily keep up with an unmic'd drummer, so its probably not necessary if it's a smallish gig and you're mostly using OD.

And about doing metal on it, I play metal and set the gain to 1'o clock, so theres definately enough of that. You will need an EQ pedal or an overdive to play anything other than doom metal though.



Ugh I wish i could get something besides the TT Orange-wise, but I'm broke. So there is no way to hit cleans with a drummer unless mic'd. But it could keep up with a drummer otherwise. So would you be as loud as a 75 watt solid state with this?

#23
Clean, it can probably get about as loud as a 25w solid state, which should be ok if your drummer is playing quietly. If cleans are the main part of your sound I wouldn't recommend the TT.
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#24
my TT is probably louder than my 30w valvetronix, and im only running it through a 1x12. I can play over a drummer and a bass without a lot of trouble bc the TT cleans up really well with just the volume knob on your guitar
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Boss RC-2 Loop pedal

Me playing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0unpDZFIWA