#1
I just got an Orange Tiny Terror and am impressed with it's sound, but I haven't been able to shape the sound very well other than the amount of gain/darkness. I thought an EQ pedal might be able to give the sound i'm after, but would this work well considering the amp has no effects loop?
#2
The TT isn't exactly the most versatile amp in the world. What sounds are you going for?
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#3
the tone knob on your guitar, as well as volume , and the tone knob on the tiny terror...

edit: but if you have tried that, yes you can run it straight through... shouldnt be any problems...
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#4
I've never put anything infront of mine, except for my wah occasionally, but it sounds great just by itself. What do you need to change about it?
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Orange Tiny Terror
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#5
Generally if you need to change the TTs sound, you bought the wrong amp..this thing is a one-trick.....stallion? I.e it's really really good at what it does.

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#6
its really a plug-in-and-go little amp - awesome none the less

get a 10band e.q pedal