#1
hey is the tiny terror loud enough for gigging with overdriven tones and distortion , i wont be using cleans and the amp will be miced and mostly gigs will be in clubs and bars max 100 people more likely around 50
#3
It'll get plenty loud enough. As for the Dual Terror being worth your money, play them both and see, everyone's ears are different.
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#4
If it's being miced, that's more than enough. People overestimate how much power they really need in a typical live situation. I know I did. Every time my band plays, I have to pit my Bogner Uberschall against our other guitarist's Marshall combo. D'oh! If you're playing doom/stoner metal or some gritty rock, the Tiny Terror is perfect for that kind of setting.
#5
well, if it's miced, then probably

Edit: like he above me said
Last edited by olix95 at Apr 22, 2011,
#6
cool cus i love both of the amps but dont care for the fat channel and i dont think i need the extra watts and 99% of gigs in my area ared miced so i think ill be fine with the tt and a good 412
#8
if you really mess around with the fat channel, and are playing heavier stuff, i would recommend the dual. i own one and it absolutely kills. i use the fat channel 75% of the time, so for me a TT would be worthless. you really gotta hear the fat channel and tweak it around for a while to really get its max potential.
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#9
You just posted this thread, didn't like the response and made another one. Oh, and you're a multi. Bye-bye.

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