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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Orange belonging to the Terror series.

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  • damballahdamballah

    Nice Piece

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 04/08/16 at 14:25
    - Used at home and on stage,
    - almost too powerful for home usage unless you want to fry your neighbors
    - deliver a powerful organic sound that can get dirty quite quickly
    - Heavy and robust
    - Nothing fancy with it, Gain , master bass and treble..
    - Missa a Mediuml for sound coloring

  • millezotlamillezotla

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 03/03/12 at 13:03
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    Add anything

    USE

    Easy

    SONORITS

    Well, we must hear a pro to use it:




    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I recently prcis I will give a notice in a while.
    Well, I do not find it very beautiful, but it sounds.
  • john1968john1968

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 09/04/09 at 14:45
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    Survivor kit ...

    USE

    Effective!

    SOUNDS

    It sounds serious ... ...!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    All was saying ... Excellent for those who love
  • john1968john1968

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 09/06/09 at 01:25
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    Survivor kit ...

    USE

    Effective!

    SOUNDS

    It sounds serious ... ...!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    All was said ... Excellent for those who like
  • john1968john1968

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 09/04/09 at 14:46
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    Survivor kit ...

    USE

    Effective!

    SOUNDS

    It sounds serious ... ...!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    All was saying ... Excellent for those who love
  • DjezekingDjezeking

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 03/24/13 at 13:12
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    Of any lamp.
    For technical specifications, see details Audiofanzine.
    No effect, a minimum of 3 knob, 2 switches.

    Head to Angus in mind:
    Give me the box and sending its sound ...

    Gain, Volume and Tone
    A switch 7 watts, and 15 watts standby, 7 being less powerful than the 15, but warmer, drooling.

    The gain is relatively stable until 11am, then go 11:30, ca strong swells. After 13H, the sound swells and thickens.

    UTILIZATION

    Config breeze.
    No manual
    You branches, you sound rules and you play.

    SOUNDS

    The sound ...
    With a Marshall AFD 100 signatures, I think we get closer to using this amp orange.
    Relatively simple for those who want to speed more q…
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    Of any lamp.
    For technical specifications, see details Audiofanzine.
    No effect, a minimum of 3 knob, 2 switches.

    Head to Angus in mind:
    Give me the box and sending its sound ...

    Gain, Volume and Tone
    A switch 7 watts, and 15 watts standby, 7 being less powerful than the 15, but warmer, drooling.

    The gain is relatively stable until 11am, then go 11:30, ca strong swells. After 13H, the sound swells and thickens.

    UTILIZATION

    Config breeze.
    No manual
    You branches, you sound rules and you play.

    SOUNDS

    The sound ...
    With a Marshall AFD 100 signatures, I think we get closer to using this amp orange.
    Relatively simple for those who want to speed more quickly.

    And really, it's off.
    It is found between the JCM 800 more dry, with I know not what 70/80.
    In crunch, not bad at all, responds to finger in the desired drive
    In saturated, really good, great solo, chord and rhythm perfect.

    It is the rock and he does it well.

    After that, you must know how to play the guitar with knobs.
    In standard Les Paul, I have three sons:

    - A saturated bridge pickup with volume and tone at 10 to 10
    - A micro intermediare his solo
    - A crunch in the neck pickup with volume 5/6 and 9 tone

    on the other hand, lowering the volume of the guitar, you lose are acute with the Les Paul, very strange.

    Something that sends well enough volume of repetition for the concert, thinking about the transplant at 57 or 906 on a sound system.

    I traded against a JCM 2000 + Consideration. Thank you to Eric's 38 .... beautiful musical encounter;
    I regret nothing. He is constantly in the process of heating the studio.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a very short time.

    I'll put another screw within 6 months with more perspective.
    I love being able to carry it all the time there is a baffle available (preferably in vintage 30.

    Excellent value for money.

    I recommend.
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  • velvetundergroundvelvetunderground

    Rrrrrr!!

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 10/10/12 at 12:25
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    15W lamps can be used in 7W

    settings could not be more basic, which is not to displease me. It still lacks a little reverb (which will surely be my next purchase)

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with a small cabinet Vox Night Train with a Celestion Greenback

    I was looking for something to replace my Vox AC-30, too powerful and too big: the volume is reasonable for the house, but can easily cover a drummer in rehearsal, and it weighs ... 7kg, finished pétages back at each concert.

    This is definitely an amp simple: you plug it sounds. What else?

    SOUNDS

    This amp is built for rock seventies, with a crunch / distortion down to Mark Bolan and Mick Ronson (guitar respectively T…
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    15W lamps can be used in 7W

    settings could not be more basic, which is not to displease me. It still lacks a little reverb (which will surely be my next purchase)

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with a small cabinet Vox Night Train with a Celestion Greenback

    I was looking for something to replace my Vox AC-30, too powerful and too big: the volume is reasonable for the house, but can easily cover a drummer in rehearsal, and it weighs ... 7kg, finished pétages back at each concert.

    This is definitely an amp simple: you plug it sounds. What else?

    SOUNDS

    This amp is built for rock seventies, with a crunch / distortion down to Mark Bolan and Mick Ronson (guitar respectively T-Rex and Bowie period 70) would not be denied. When you drop a little gain on the intermediate positions of a strat gives sounds very interesting rhythm (listen to the rhythm at the end of the song "Fields of Joy" by Lenny Kravitz to give you an idea), with a little more acute, it is perfect for riffs "Stoniens" (try the riff of "Jumping Jack Flash" of stones or "Bohemian Like You" Dandy Warhols ... <3). Micro doubles, it approaches the sound of his lordship Jack White (I fan? Nooo :)), moreover I saw that he used small heads in the same spirit on his last tour, everything that to say that riffs like "Sixteen Salteen" or "Tick Tick Boom" Hives are above ... Waooh!

    For the rest, the big metal sounds are not strong point (it's good, I either do not like the metal), some dishes are clean, but acceptable. I think what is most lacking is a good reverb.

    In two words: a lot of his character ... I personally looove!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    As I said, I wanted something light, not too strong but still enough to cover a drummer, and has the personality to replace my AC 30 (the series "Made in China" 2009 to be precise).

    I have tried tons and tons of amps before buying the AC 15 Blues Junior through the Laney Lionheart (very good also, but a little over my budget and heavy) or Blackstar ... and I finally cracked this little head. Needless to say, the sound has nothing to do with AC 30 or what I wanted to begin with (except maybe the English side), but what fishing is rock'n'roll through Nail.

    With a short week experience I remake this choice :)

    I put 9 because only purchase a fuse burned out after 20 minutes of play, after the opinion of the seller, I changed it since everything is fine ... insha'allah!
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  • Fry37Fry37

    Concentrate rock ...

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 07/23/12 at 06:54
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    I spend on characteristics that you know.

    The info is important: 15 watts tube.

    An input / output 3 HP: 2X8 and 1X16 Ohms

    No effects loop ... :-/ but is it necessary vraiemnt?

    UTILIZATION

    Could not be more simple. Gain / EQ / Master
    A single channel for optimum ease of use.

    I played it on stage or in snooze and it's always easier to find his sound. The single knob EQ is calibrated so as to obtain a sound working on each of the selected positions.

    SOUNDS

    I play in a group of soul / funk sound quite so clear or crunch but also supported some saturation for some solos.
    I attack of 2 1X12 inch speakers HK into 8 ohms.
    For a vintage guitar (gretsh / strat …
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    I spend on characteristics that you know.

    The info is important: 15 watts tube.

    An input / output 3 HP: 2X8 and 1X16 Ohms

    No effects loop ... :-/ but is it necessary vraiemnt?

    UTILIZATION

    Could not be more simple. Gain / EQ / Master
    A single channel for optimum ease of use.

    I played it on stage or in snooze and it's always easier to find his sound. The single knob EQ is calibrated so as to obtain a sound working on each of the selected positions.

    SOUNDS

    I play in a group of soul / funk sound quite so clear or crunch but also supported some saturation for some solos.
    I attack of 2 1X12 inch speakers HK into 8 ohms.
    For a vintage guitar (gretsh / strat single coil ...), I set my knobs as follows:
    Gain 12:05 / 12:10 to Eq / volume between 8 and 10 depending on location.
    I get a slightly crunch I just make clean by lowering the volume of the guitar.
    For a more punchy guitar (EMG kit for example): lamps saturates much faster and we get a little its almost métallien.

    For saturation, I use a TS9 ... a treat with this amp!

    I think this amp is suitable for all styles except anything related to metal or while using the pedals fit but then I have not tried.

    If you like the "Orange" you will not be disappointed, there is no question here of a tangerine ^ ^ The power is there!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for more than 6 months and I do not regret my purchase, it is left in my stack for some time I think.

    What I like: the BIG SOUND everywhere / weight-space.
    What I like least: no effects loop ... because he really should find something.

    NB: try the combo version, the HP is incredible.
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  • crankyrayhankycrankyrayhanky

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 04/19/12 at 13:31
    This is a tube amp running on el84s. It has a 2 way switch to go from 7 to 15 watts. Settings are simple: volume, tone, gain. Cool carrying bag!

    UTILIZATION

    Super easy to dial in a great sound! The lack of controls and switches creates a super clean line that delivers Orange tone in spades. I never read the manual as the operation is totally intuitive.

    SOUNDS

    I have guitars from Gibson, Epiphone, and Fender. They each sound fantastic, but my favorite is the Les Paul going into an MXR overdrive (little gain applied) right into the amp. I put this little head on a 4x12 and played lead guitar in a band where the rhythm player played his Peavey XXX. The XXX is known as a LOUD…
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    This is a tube amp running on el84s. It has a 2 way switch to go from 7 to 15 watts. Settings are simple: volume, tone, gain. Cool carrying bag!

    UTILIZATION

    Super easy to dial in a great sound! The lack of controls and switches creates a super clean line that delivers Orange tone in spades. I never read the manual as the operation is totally intuitive.

    SOUNDS

    I have guitars from Gibson, Epiphone, and Fender. They each sound fantastic, but my favorite is the Les Paul going into an MXR overdrive (little gain applied) right into the amp. I put this little head on a 4x12 and played lead guitar in a band where the rhythm player played his Peavey XXX. The XXX is known as a LOUD amp, but this 15 watt amp easily kept right up in practice volumes in a LOUD punk/hard roc band. Very impressive! I had an Egnater Tweaker and a Randall rm20 and this 15 watt terror was clearly more powerful. I guess 15 watts does not always equal 15watts? Clarity and unique Orange british tone is the drawing card on this amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love the simple great tone of this small beast. throw a 57 on this and you have a great rock tone that cuts through the mix- live and in the studio. Here's a couple of tunes I used all Terror>Marshall 1960>(2) 57s>Roland vs2480
    http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=8794611
    http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=8794615

    This tone is unique and may not be for everyone...but it definitely has the signature Orange mids and presents great clarity and articulation.
    The value is great bang for your buck for Orange tone seekers. t is not a modern chainsaw machine, so people looking for the rectifier buzz should look elsewhere. There are no channel switching abilities, but using the guitar volume with a pedal boost will give a seasoned player lots of option on stage. Ideally, this amp is for the bedroom player who can carry his amp to practice on a NY subway.

    Great sounds at low volumes, enough power to keep up in a loud band, and clear tone make this a great deal. if you need more gain in a metal band, or perhaps cleaner Fender-ish tones, this is not the amp. Straight ahead great rock sounds is the forte here.

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  • millezotlamillezotla

    Big sound

    Orange Tiny TerrorPublished on 03/10/12 at 13:00
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    Nothing to add

    UTILIZATION

    Very very simple.

    SOUNDS

    From clean to distortion. The clean sound is OK but not extraordinary. As previous reviews, the sounds are the crunch and saturated field of tiny. A good dynamic tone control very effective. The gain has merits, it's really saturated with double windings. I love the sounds. Needs not pedal! Good thing the pedals distos I tried, as has already been said in other reviews, not with the top head. I do not know why, but nothing to do with my other amps. on the other hand, my time, set light goes perfectly.
    But if you want a glimpse of the possibilities of the beast, this monster rather see the guitar ringing terror:
    ht…
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    Nothing to add

    UTILIZATION

    Very very simple.

    SOUNDS

    From clean to distortion. The clean sound is OK but not extraordinary. As previous reviews, the sounds are the crunch and saturated field of tiny. A good dynamic tone control very effective. The gain has merits, it's really saturated with double windings. I love the sounds. Needs not pedal! Good thing the pedals distos I tried, as has already been said in other reviews, not with the top head. I do not know why, but nothing to do with my other amps. on the other hand, my time, set light goes perfectly.
    But if you want a glimpse of the possibilities of the beast, this monster rather see the guitar ringing terror:


    I said that on this video, it is indeed the classic Tiny, not Hard Wired!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love the sound of this amp! The volume and the gain can have the correct saturation at low volumes. Well, I prefer mode 15 watts with the volume at least 11:00.
    A good buy.
    For cons, I find the look horrible. Long live the look of Marshalls, Fender tweeds ...
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