This year, 2016, marks the 10th anniversary of the amp that rocked the world—the game-changing Tiny Terror, the Tiny original "lunchbox" amplifier. Its clever design, unique sound and deceptive v... Click To Read More About This Product
This year, 2016, marks the 10th anniversary of the amp that rocked the world—the game-changing Tiny Terror, the Tiny original "lunchbox" amplifier. Its clever design, unique sound and deceptive versatility single-handedly kick-started the low-wattage amp craze. It’s appeared on countless stages and been a mainstay in top studios since its introduction. A decade on, it still continues to set the standard by which all others must be judged. To commemorate this musical landmark, Orange's UK Custom Shop has been busy, working to produce 110 limited edition compact half-stacks. Only 25 of which will make their way to the U.S.
Codenamed "Shiny Terror," the 10th-anniversary model is a point-to-point, hand-wired version of the original, housed in a stunning mirror-effect, polished stainless steel chassis. Using only the finest quality components without a turret board in sight, each amp head also comes complete with its own open-back speaker cabinet. Finished in British racing green and fitted with a pair of 10” Celestion G10 Gold alnico speakers, the pair dovetail seamlessly to produce the ultimate Terror tone.
This is an extremely limited run, so get yours before they're gone!
Limited Edition 10th-anniversary Tiny Terror Head
Limited Edition 10th-anniversary 2x10 cabinet
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Comments about Orange Amplifiers Limited Edition Anniversary Tiny Terror Half Stack:
Creamy middle with crystalline highs that only point to point solid core "a" class can do! Complimented with the best speakers available make for unmatched tonal bliss! It might seem pricey, but point to point "a" class amplification and celestian blue backs will always have a hefty price tag. My gripes are: because guitar center misplaced the accompanying authenticity certificate I had to open the amp to ensure it was authentic Orange U.K. assembled; they only had a floor model available for purchase, hence the valves\tubes were bad (too many folks pretending to be guitar gods in the store); there is also a few aesthetic blemishes (poor handling\would be thrifty shoppers?); because I live outside the continental U.S. my only shipping option was two-day air yet it took just over a week from the day I ordered it till its arrival. In G.C.'s defense, the price reduction they offered made these issues a lot less painful, and they offered the price reduction without me needing to ask. Too cool guys!