#1
hey guys! it's down to either a orange tiny terror with the matching 1x12 cab (V30's)

or a Traynor YCS40

what do you guys think....i'm leaning towards the tiny terror...

also, this is just for bedroom playing.

used with the gear in my sig!

thanks!
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#2
I'd personally go for the TT, simply because I love the tone.
Someone posted an ebay link the other day, though, to a reputable seller who makes TT clones with a bunch of improvements & hand-wired for less than a TT. Looks very promising. I'm probably going to buy one of these when my tax rebate check arrives. This link should work:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=170215154087&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=007
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#3
Traynor, more features and versatility and I don't really like the TT tone anyway
#4
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I'd personally go for the TT, simply because I love the tone.
Someone posted an ebay link the other day, though, to a reputable seller who makes TT clones with a bunch of improvements & hand-wired for less than a TT. Looks very promising. I'm probably going to buy one of these when my tax rebate check arrives. This link should work:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=170215154087&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=007


that was me haha! but yeah i dont know... once i saw the wiring inside... i was kinda turned off!


heres my gripe with the traynor. its ****ing ugly as hell. there i said it. i guess i shall try one out though sometime soon and compare! and i like the idea of the TT going to 7 watts, and the fact that it will be a head AND a cab. not just a combo. ugh
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