You get the same tone and everything but just an added channel.
I loved the spongey dark sound I got and i was wondering if the Dual terror sounds the same or not. ^yeah, i guess you could say that. Post
One of my favorite amps ever. What I dont want is a "fizzy" tone.
I wouldn't be able to have a 15w amp as my only amp so I'd definitely be looking at the DT for it's 30w. by Chrissyt42 » Sun Oct 24, 2010 9:48 pm, Post by ScottyDanger » Sun Oct 24, 2010 10:57 pm, Post
When Orange introduced the Tiny Terror in 2006, the pint-sized 15-watter was received with rapturous applause. As for speakers, I really like a G12H30 matchup for 12". ACDC is low gain power amp crunch, so is a lot of zep, and there's more than enough preamp gain to cover gunners and sabbath. I've gone away from the 12" though and have been really happy with either one or two Eminence Ramrods with it.
None of what you mentioned is "high gain", at least not metal heavy...which is why I think the dual would be enough gain for those. Level connection is nothing more basic "Input", "Foot Switch", and two outputs 8ohms and 16ohms. 3 knobs: gain, volume and tone.
by ScottyDanger » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:58 pm, Post
I was blown away by its simplicity, versatility and reliability. by Chrissyt42 » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:48 pm, Post
Orange Dual Terror: tagnarock 's user review 5
Hey, I'm new to the forum and was wondering if anyone could give me some insight. Write a user review Ask for a user review. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness.
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I like the sound of it a lot but I'll agree with the statements above that it's not a good amp for clean tones.
Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Cheers Nelson89......it was actually seeing a Sabbath video with Iommi using an Orange rig that first got me interested in them. Love both channels, one is clear and British lovely (like Marshall) and the other is softer and sweet in tone. Well this amp is the two channel version of the regular tiny terror. However, it's very one type of sound to me. Here: It sounds exactly like that review, except there seems to be a touch of reverb on the whole situation there, but yeah that's spot on (although it's shitty and compressed like youtube tends to do). by 30secs » Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:48 pm, Post
I tried the Tiny Terror at my Guitar center and I loved the sound. Until now the style amps Tiny Terror, Night Train, Rebel 20, does not allow for a real clean sound at high volume and well with the Dual and the 30 watts is now possible. Thus, the Tiny Terror, designed and produced by the illustrious Orange Amplification, entered the battle a few years ago to tackle this issue head on. Just want your thoughts and opinions on the Orange Dual and Dark Terrors (heads)......it's between the two. I am always trying to get a classic Brittish sound but with enough power for the mix without lugging a heavy setup (Marshall) and break the bank expensive. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Great tone and warm low end. Me personally? by jason41224 » Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:54 pm, Post
Amp head with 2 channels of 30 watts (7w and 15w in splittable I will return) tube (EL84). Orange have thrown another spanner into my decision as I've just learnt about the OR15 that has recently been released.......is the TH30 switchable to 15w? Until I went to Orange and bought a Tiny Terror which I really liked but not enough headroom or power (of course). It breaks up nicely with plenty of tight, warm low end through the Celestion cab. Its cute, lunchbox-sized exterior deceived many, who laughed at first glance, but its incredible tone and flexibility quickly drowned the giggles and scoffs.
So, much like that bloke from the Halifax advert, the Dual Terror gives you extra. The ability to switch from 7 to 15 to 30 watts is great for small and medium sized gigs. “The Dual Terror’s sounds are superbly defined, and it’s aimed at the ‘Brit’ sound genre that Orange practically invented.
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Using the orange 212 cab (vintage 30s), it sounds like you're playing through a 412, big sound, unlike the tiny terror, the cleans are actually more usable for gigs, but at the end of the day it really is an amp thats setup as crunch and lead channel as opposed to clean and overdrive.
The decision now seems to be between the Dual and the TH30 for me now......I really really do like the Dark but but more so I love the options and the two channels of the Dual and the TH30 with the latter having an FX loop to boot though not that that is a huge thing in my decision making. The Dual Terror has no apparent many settings, provided it is possible to draw a lot of different sounds ace: from 4 to 2 tubes (switch back) or 30 to 15w and you play on power, dynamics and fullness of sound. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1UbujaJTZQ. You can toggle between 15 and 30 amps, both sounding similar but the 30 really cranks! I have two Splawns, two Mesas, a Fryette, and a dozen other amps. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
It actually sounds how ". This might not be an issue with a smaller cab and it still sounds great.
I purchased a generic foot switch for channel switching.
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I've had a TT for around 6 years now and I've played it live quite a bit. Does the OD sound like it does on the guitar world review? Twice as much, in fact. The only downside was that guitar players couldn't get enough of it. I currently own a 1990's Korg era Vox AC30 and a Vox night train. by jason41224 » Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:41 am, Post Especially the 50 watter.
Also, two channels (fat & Tiny Terror), one is a bit more fuzz-tone like. The Dual Terror head from Orange puts up to 30 watts of British tube-amp awesomeness at your disposal - along with an amazing array of tonal versatility. The absence of effects loop, yet does not bother me more than that, but when I think about investing in a real delay pedal, certainly I will bring the head in a tech to do the edit. How does the Dark Terror compare to the Krank Rev Jr and Pro models? I thought all the other terrors were a little flubby and boring sounding. I don't think I've ever heard someone argue that the TT was better than the DT in any aspect other than weight and price. Why exactly does Reverb not let you cancel an offer you made.
Like many other guitar players, I search for the holy grail of tone. They both serve different purposes. This amp is so easy to dial in it should be illegal. This is a great little amp but it is made in China which is a big let down.
It's very solidly built.
it's definitely ballsier than a TT but it's still got a vintage vibe to it. Definitely.
by baytamusic » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:53 pm, Post
Marshall's, too loud and too expensive and heavy, Vox, nope.. On and on. Thanks guys.....I've been leaning towards a Dual, certainly over a Tiny but a friend recently got a Dark and a 4x10 CB cabinet which sounds really good. I play in a cover band that plays music from Judas Priest, Zeppelin, Van Halen, Stone Temple Pilots, Gin Blossoms, Train and Beatles and this amp works well for all. I've owned dozens of amps over the years, some better than others. A stand-by, a channel selector. Had a Mesa Boogie that came close but it just didn't have the power and got drowned out. Well how much gain do you need? Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in, Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2019. Yes, and also switchable to 7 watts as well.
We could keep stringing cool words together to try and adequately describe this 30-watt eardrum pummeller, but you'd still have to hear it to truly understand … I think you'd like it a lot if you like the TT. Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2016, try an open back cab maybe for better highs. 05/11/2010. One is a 3-knob 15-watter and the other is a full-featured channel switching 50-watt head. Diminutive size with tons of tone! We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Accept Reject Read More Top subscription boxes – right to your door, See all details for Orange Dual Terror DT30H Guitar Amp Head, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. by 30secs » Tue Feb 21, 2012 10:25 pm, Post
(This content has been automatically translated from French), The Terror of Brit Rock ... but Made in China. About 8 months ago I bought an Orange Dual Terror.
Since i don't play the dark at all i can only comment on the dual: I have a dual.
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