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what you say?


You have no chance to survive, make your time! Haha.

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#3
Expensive and hard to find.
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#6
Freakin' amazing tone. I guess the only thing I dislike is a lack of 3 band EQ, and lack of reverb.
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#7
Noisy and doesn't sound too great when new.
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#8
It has to be cranked for OD, it doesn't have 3 band EQ but still it sounds sweet!!!!
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#9
Wouldn't know I haven't even seen an Orange amp around here so...
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#10
NO ONE SPEAKS BAD OF TEH TINY TERROR.


But seriously: not much versatility. That's it. I thought the lack of an EQ would be a problem but to be honest..I don't care, less for my brain to fry over ^^

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#13
only the coolest of all cool kids can understand it

edit: okay i'll contribute something useful. honestly the first time i read your question i didn't even understand it

in my opinion the biggest problem with the tiny terror is just trying to get a good clean sound at a decent volume. even on the 15 watt setting it's hard to get a good loud clean sound. the 15/7 watt selection barely changes the volume in case you didn't know; it just kind of changes the way your amp sounds. ummm also the lack of eq as mentioned above is kind of a pain. the tone knob is not very useful; you would get more tonal changes using the tone knob on your guitar. for that reason, i think it's best you use this amp with a pretty good/decent guitar, as this amp relies a lot on the tone of your guitar. i use mine with an american strat and it's great for what i need it to do (Classic rock/hard rock)
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Quote by PendulousThread
I didn't understand Gabel's comment..........


Ever heard of All Your Base?

That's from an old video game called Zero Wing. It's famous for it's really ****ty English translation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_your_base

Read that.

From the manusscript:
Captain: What you say !!
CATS: You have no chance to survive make your time.
CATS: Ha Ha Ha Ha ....

That's why I said as I did.

For those who knows the AYB thing you should know what I'm talking about.

Anyway.

The Tiny Terror is an awesome amp and even though I have a Rocker 30 I'm REALLY GAS'ing for one.
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#15
Quote by PendulousThread
I didn't understand Gabel's comment..........


It's a reference to an old computer game ^^

Hmm, the cons of the Tiny Terror are:

Lack of EQ control,
Not the greatest cleans in the world (you're buying it for the crunch tbf).

That's about it. It's very ballsy, incredibly lightweight, loud enough to gig with and is pretty cheap.

Someone said it's expensive, but it's really not. It's really well priced for the quality of amp that you're getting.
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#16
Rite! get the reference now lol Well im playing my MIM strat, but ignore the MIM bit, its a absolute jem that sounds better than all the MIA strats that were in the store at the time (over 30, the sales advisor got pretty pissy lol) but ye, thanks for the info, Gabe, my friends getting the rocker 30 combo so shall i pass on the good word about it?
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Quote by PendulousThread
Rite! get the reference now lol Well im playing my MIM strat, but ignore the MIM bit, its a absolute jem that sounds better than all the MIA strats that were in the store at the time (over 30, the sales advisor got pretty pissy lol) but ye, thanks for the info, Gabe, my friends getting the rocker 30 combo so shall i pass on the good word about it?


The Rocker 30 sounds great with a Strat. I recorded some of my bands tracks with a Strat through the Rocker. The Tiny Terror has a similar kind of voicing, just not quite as aggressive. It'll sound brilliant.

Don't feel like you have to defend a MiM Strat. Everyone knows they're great guitars, especially if you can be bothered to find a good one.
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Orange Rocker 30 Combo

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