#1
Okay!
At the mo, I've got a Marshall MG30DFX and a Vox Valvetronix 50 Watt Amp.
What would be a step up from these?
I was thinking about getting an Orange Tiny Terror.
Any opinions?
And also, this may seem a stupid question (I'm not sure!), is it possible for me to plug an amp head into the Valvetronix?
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#2
Not a whole lot that wouldn't be a step up from those. What's your price range.
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#3
Laney VC15.

Same wattage, similar sounds, made in the UK, cheaper.
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Laney VC15.

Same wattage, similar sounds, made in the UK, cheaper.


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#5
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Not a whole lot that wouldn't be a step up from those. What's your price range.

sarcasm much? well theres a lot to step up from the MG but ive heard the tiny terror is awesome for 15 watts. and the fender blues deluxe is a good option.
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#6
the tiny terror is a good choice, but yes check out lanley as well.

i dont think you should plug an amp head into the vox even if you could.
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this

i cranked mine today

it does marshall crunch like you wouldnt believe, and the cleans are fab. pretty damn versatile as long as you dont want BR00T4LZ M3TTL3Z


Cleans are lovely!
I love my Laney.
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You could always just sleep beside your refrigerator.

Guitar:
- Ibanez S670FM w/ JB
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- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
- Arbiter LP Jr. Doublecut
Amp:
- Laney VC15

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#8
Quote by scott58
Not a whole lot that wouldn't be a step up from those. What's your price range.

Wrong. Tiny Terror would be a HUGE step up.

Ts, I advise you sell those amps and go all out and possibly get a Traynor YCV50 or a Laney if you are in the UK.
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Wrong. Tiny Terror would be a HUGE step up.

Ts, I advise you sell those amps and go all out and possibly get a Traynor YCV50 or a Laney if you are in the UK.


I was thinking about selling them!
However, the Marshall I've had for about 3 years, so depreciation wise (as well as the simple fact that it's an MG) wouldn't get a lotta money.
The Vox I've had only for a year, but there was a manufacturing (sp?) with it, so I'm taking it back to be replaced, and then can sell the new one. (The place I got it from won't accept refunds, but will replace it for free).

Practically speaking, the Tiny Terror would be ideal, but if I saved up and got a cab for it as well, is it easy to move around?
Thanks guys!
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#10
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Wrong. Tiny Terror would be a HUGE step up.


re-read the post.....a whole lot that WOULDN'T be a step up.


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#11
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I was thinking about selling them!
However, the Marshall I've had for about 3 years, so depreciation wise (as well as the simple fact that it's an MG) wouldn't get a lotta money.
The Vox I've had only for a year, but there was a manufacturing (sp?) with it, so I'm taking it back to be replaced, and then can sell the new one. (The place I got it from won't accept refunds, but will replace it for free).

Practically speaking, the Tiny Terror would be ideal, but if I saved up and got a cab for it as well, is it easy to move around?
Thanks guys!


The Tiny Terror is a good amp, but I recommend the Laney VC15, as it's MUCH cheaper (TT will be £400+, the Laney is around £280), but of EQUAL, if not higher, quality (UK made > Chinese IMO), and sounds are generally the SAME, and as it's a combo, it will be easier to transport around (trust me, the TT is a cab + head. The head is light, but you can;t move then entire thing at once)

But get the TT if you want. Just remember that if you buy if for the 7 or 15w options, there is really not too much difference, although there is.
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Guitar:
- Ibanez S670FM w/ JB
- Fender 'Lite Ash' Stratocaster
- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
- Arbiter LP Jr. Doublecut
Amp:
- Laney VC15

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RIP DIO