All user reviews for the Orange Tiny Terror
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Audiofanzine FR's review
Class A tube amp head (yes it's a head in spite of its compact size) with 2 x 12AX7 and 2 x EL84. Switchable 15-watt / 7-watt output power. Basic connections with 1 TS jack input, 2 x 8-ohm and 1 x 16-ohm speaker outputs. Three controls: Volume, tone and gain. No effects! Single channel but wonderful guitar sound.
Extremely easy to use, real basic settings. Power up, plug in and it sounds. With only 3 knobs, it's hard to make mistakes and the amp sounds good on its own. You get a good crunch sound and an excellent distortion without a sweat. The sound is good whatever the tone knob position. From very dark to very sharp, it's magic. The user's manual? No manual is necessary and even the neighbor's dog would understand how to use this amp.
When it comes to sound, you can choose between distortion and distortion! I first heard the amp at the rehearsal of a death metal band where the guitarist played Orange and Mesa Rectifier amps at the same time. I thought the guy had a good sound because of the Mesa but I decided to do a test at a store. The shop assistant connected to an Orange 4x12" speaker cabinet and then... It blew me away. And don't worry about it sounding too clean for heavy metal, with the EMG pickups of my guitar I have enough gain. I admit that I like old-school distortion ("Kill'em all" and the like) but it sounds great and it's better than that slick and modern distortion sound with no personality. It totally killed me! It produces 60 watts of raw tube power. I use it only for distortion sounds because it was conceived for that and it's a lot of fun at that. If you're looking for a clean tube tone, forget this amp! I lent it to a guy during a concert, he plugged his pedal board into it and the sound was somewhat pathetic.
I've been using it for over a month and I'm fully satisfied. I play thrash metal and it's a lot of fun, especially on stage. It sounds straight with a good speaker cabinet (I have a home-customized Marshall 4x12" cabinet).
I already owned Mesa/Boogie amps, Marshall heads as well as Randall and Brunetti tops and the sound of this beast blew me away. On the other hand, if you want a versatile amp with Midi implementation and effects loop search elsewhere. I find the quality/price/transportability ratio unbeatable. I don't have sciatica any more, thank you Orange! I would buy it again, twice! I'm sure that all metal bands are using Tiny Terror amps hidden behind their cabinet walls on stage. I give it 9/10 because nothing is perfect in this world, even though this amp head is perfect for me.
Djezeking's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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.
You branches, you sound rules and you play.
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.
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.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful
velvetunderground's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Rrrrrr!!"
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)
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?
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!!
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!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
Fry37's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Concentrate rock ..."
The info is important: 15 watts tube.
An input / output 3 HP: 2X8 and 1X16 Ohms
No effects loop ... :-/ but is it necessary vraiemnt?
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.
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!
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.
1 people found this review helpful
millezotla's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Big sound"
Very very simple.
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!
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 ...
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
millezotla's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Well, we must hear a pro to use it:
I recently prcis I will give a notice in a while.
Well, I do not find it very beautiful, but it sounds.
Very simple config ...
I get my sound ultra easy
Yes the manual is clear and tlchargeable site builder.
As former bassist I use branch on 1540 HE Ampeg (Bass), 15 w 7 not tried. The knobs are almost the cleat (vol: 10 - Gain: 10 - tone at 3 / 4). My guitar is given by Si.
The style? hardcore stoner metal and ca be superbly scratch because the 2nd is in Mesa Dual Rectifier (but so totally DIFFERENT complmentaire) ...
I would describe the sound of well-Gras! While it right ...
I do not use effective, high-tuner-tiny. I will try a whawha has Okaz and a boost handmade.
As you can see I use one but what's his!
I use it since August 2011.
A friend bought 200 euros I do not hsit.
Not really tried other models ntant not scratch at the base ..
What I like is the simplicity you plug it sounds ... and size! super convenient to repeat! The mouth also ...
This tiny me in discovering the sound rel Orange, the sudden I'll get me a Rocker 30 history to have a bit of gouache pluss ... But I keep it tiny!
1 people found this review helpful
NicoMetal85's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A powerful header MultiStyle! but also for big sound!"
Connectors: input, current input speaker 8 ohms and 16 ohms
Power of 7 and 15 watts selectable on the same switch as the standby, the power is really one announced! Empowered!
No effect, just volume, tone and gain and that's enough! very easy to use
Config 'mega easy! * with volume, tone * and * gain! no effects loop for cons
Was no manual but no need! it rotates and it is simply
We get it on its quality sound on! guitar plugged into a head without a pedal full report! Finally, a head that little push at full speed and having clear sounds of saturated extras! by simply acting on the gain
I play hard rock with punk and metal! I read below that could not do with this kind of sound? bah hum and of course that if I add even pedal on!
A grain super natural! halves of a volume is covered drummer ..... I Mettai compared to 5 with an old head Marshall JCM 2000 DSL 100! Orange and Mesa Boogie are real powers them!
In short I play ballads to the Scorpions with the gain to 4 and 2 seconds I put the gain at the bottom and go for big sound and solos that sing
Plugged into my Marshall 4 x 12 hp equipped Prominent vintage 30 it sounds live! I will also soon take me a baffle Fame in V30 equipped with 2x 12 ^ ^, the top would be the Orange for the look and sound but what a price! people and sells secondhand!
I play exclusively now on Gibson, I 3, a Flying V, a Les Paul Classic and Les Paul Vixen! is not to say, by combining these two big names can not be disappointed! not need multi-effects to the con!
I use it for 1 week but I had tested before zic store! and power and harmonics coming out by themselves had scored.
I also wanted to test the ENGL Gigmaster but nobody at the store or not reviewed here because the tiny terror is unlike Engl single channel and has no effects loop!
I served as head of repeated or other relief, because I also have a Mesa Boogie Single Rectifier! Brief 2 sounds different but each have their charms!
In short, a head that can walk everywhere and takes up less space than outright large while being almost as powerful! in a bag + shoulder strap embroidered Orange logo comes with
Super value for money! € 411 on MusicStore but I nabbed a 300 € secondhand 30 km from my house! brief you will find a lot of opportunities here or on "good place" but if you find it secondhand at more than 300 € it's theft because of its value on sites vpc! I'm glad to have the Orange because it is never disappointed with this brand! I recommend it! and gives both the reggae, blues, rock and metal!
1 people found this review helpful
fred07270's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
* What is the power delivered?
7 / 15 W
* What connections?
An instrument input - 2 8 ohm speaker input a 16 ohm
* What are the settings, effects? ...
Volume - Tone - Gain.
3 knobs and is plenty
* The configuration is simple?
Simpler is not possible
* Gets it easy to sound good?
* The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
There is none. It's even easier
* Will it fit your style of music?
Completely. To the Rock that is exactly what it takes.
* With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
Strato. I have not tested it yet with my Hagstrom Viking.
* What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?
His well grassouillé By playing with the gain, we get a nice sound in the treble. Must hack, and you get a nice palette of sounds.
* What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
It's crunch as not allowed. Nevertheless, we can have a very good clear sound.
(Maybe the single coil in the stratosphere?)
* For how long have you been using it?
It was the first time I used it today.
* What thing do you like most/least about it?
So British: you plug - you play.
It is rock!
His power - with a Marshall 4x12 sound is really impressive.
The easy to carry.
* Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I've had amps transistor: the whole lamp is incomparable.
* What is your opinion about the value for the price?
This is not given. The watt is expensive but what a treat.
* Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
Absolutely. An amp that is not fat (but a lot under the hood) easily transportable. Power and finally his very distinctive rock.
john1968's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
It sounds serious ... ...!
All was said ... Excellent for those who like