#1
Is the orange tiny terror loud enough for small gigs in pubs etc.. just wondering as im trying make a decision on what amp to buy for my next amp and still have no idea but like the looks and sound of this amp just need to know would it be loud enough.

Thanks, lewis

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#2
Yes, you probably won't have squeaky cleans, but you'll certainly have enough volume.
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#3
yeah, as long as you don't expect to get any kind of clean tone out of it.
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#4
il be playing mainly classic rock so not really thanks for the help

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#5
any amp is pretty much ok for gigs as long as the place has a p.a. maybe not the best amp for it. but it will work fine.
#6
Quote by Vin2254
any amp is pretty much ok for gigs as long as the place has a p.a. maybe not the best amp for it. but it will work fine.


no.

it's loud enough.
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#7
Since TS's question has been answered... How does the sound of the tiny terror differ from a rockerverb?
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Since TS's question has been answered... How does the sound of the tiny terror differ from a rockerverb?


Rockerverb has more gain, reverb, effects loop, more wattage, much MUCH better cleans, etc.