#1
Hi

Im thinking about buying one of those orange tiny terror stack, what it be good to play hendrix stuff on? I also got ibanez tube screamer aswell.

thanks.
#2
not sure it's really aimed at the hendrix tone. it might do it, but it wouldn't be my first choice.
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#3
an orange amp will get you a british tube sound, not much like hendrix, but i think a good quality amp like orange could be manipulated to sound like him with the right pedals.
If you really are aiming for just him though, google his rig and get that amp.
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an orange amp will get you a british tube sound, not much like hendrix, but i think a good quality amp like orange could be manipulated to sound like him with the right pedals.
If you really are aiming for just him though, google his rig and get that amp.



i doubt someone looking at a Tiny Terror is going to have the dough to spend on an origial JTM45/100 (they go for over $10 000 now in case you're wondering)
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i doubt someone looking at a Tiny Terror is going to have the dough to spend on an origial JTM45/100 (they go for over $10 000 now in case you're wondering)


maybe, but do you have to get an original? you could get a clone; if that's too dear, i'm sure there ae other options at a similar price to the TT which'll get closer than the TT, but i could be wrong.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#9
if your main focus is a jimi tone i wouldnt go the tiny terror option. But with the right fuzz and eq settings you could get a decent jimi tone.
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bugera 1960? pull two tubes and it's a 60 watt i think... or 50.
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