#1
Dude on Craig's List is offering an Orange Tiny Terror and a Fender d112 (celestion 100 watt) for $700. He said he bought it around 2 years ago and that it was made in Korea.

Some pictures (kind of big so I'll just link 'em):
Cab:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v185/Mr.Cool/Stuff/IMG_0003.jpg
Tiny Terror:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v185/Mr.Cool/Stuff/IMG_0002.jpg

Should I go for it? Of course, I'll try it out first, but you reckon' the can will fit the TT? Or should I just go $450 for the TT and buy an Orange cab instead?

Thanks for the help.
#2
Go for it...or you could get the TT for $450 and then get an EVJ cab.
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I'd say that's a fairly bad deal, but I think the Tiny Terror is overpriced and doesn't have that great bang-for-buck, considering you'd get more versatility and better tone from something like a Classic 30 for a similar price and sound (blues, classic rock, punk, hard rock/jazz)
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I'd say that's a fairly bad deal, but I think the Tiny Terror is overpriced and doesn't have that great bang-for-buck, considering you'd get more versatility and better tone from something like a Classic 30 for a similar price and sound (blues, classic rock, punk, hard rock/jazz)



I agree, the TT is a pretty meh amp and isn't versatile at all. Then you factor in it's price and it has way too many strikes against it.
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#5
But if you don't really need that versatility (i.e. if you only play classic/hard rock) then the TT is a pretty good amp.
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But if you don't really need that versatility (i.e. if you only play classic/hard rock) then the TT is a pretty good amp.


I don't even think it does that good. Then again, people seem to love them so what do I know?
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The tt does a british tone just find, just don't expect cleans at gigging volumes or anything.
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I don't even think it does that good. Then again, people seem to love them so what do I know?

Mostly people love them because they're a reasonably priced Orange tube amp.

As Kevin said earlier, though, they have almost no cleans at all. I EQed better cleans out of a Peavey Windsor than the TT.
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Mostly people love them because they're a reasonably priced Orange tube amp.

As Kevin said earlier, though, they have almost no cleans at all. I EQed better cleans out of a Peavey Windsor than the TT.


That's saying something. I agree with them not being all that great. I tried one cranked a few weeks ago and wasn't too impressed.
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Their downfall is the el84s. I don't understand why they don't make a single ended EL34 amp.
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#12
whoever buys that for $700 is a real sucker. That Fender cab with a 100 watt Celestion is bound to be a huge fail.

That being said the TT is overpriced and overrated. And I say that being a classic hard rock/blues type of player, it just doesn't sound that good for how much it costs.
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