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> "I’ve played Orange amps for years. I use the Dual Terror and I have the Tiny Terror for a backup or to play a small room. If it’s a decent-size room where I can crank it up a little bit, I’ll use the Dual Terror. They’re both awesome, and it’s vital that I have that because the way I run the crazy delay stuff, I need a bit of head room so I’m not working with straight feedback. The Duals are pretty good for that. I don’t have to run it too hot, but I still have a good, solid tube sound." - Chris Bishop; [Vintage Guitar Magazine](http://www.vintageguitar.com/22147/chris-bishop/) interviewmore
I wanted to get a tiny terror, but i needed two channels so i can have a clean and a dirty channel for live use. I like smaller amps like 25-30 watts, because you can push them to the limits while recording and live without busting your hearing. Don't get me wrong its a loud amplifier and has plenty of great features like a switch to 15 watts, as well as the ability to go from four to two valves. All this makes a great difference to the sound. The only issue i've had with this amp is the absence of an fx loop. Either than that it delivers a great clean, crunch and distortion tone. It's not a very high gain amplifier, but you can always boost it with an overdrive pedal, but then again its not meant to be a metal amp. Its perfect for gigs, because its easy to carry and great for recording. I highly recommend it!
Little amp head nails all the classic british rock tones from the stones to zeppelin with a surprising amount of clean headroom. Amp keeps it simple but has the ability to use only two of its four tubes as well as half or full power to give a range of usable operating volumes. Simple controls make it easy to dial in a good sound with just tone volume and gain knobs. Has ample gain and considerable volume for its size.