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Orange Dual Terror Amp hailed in recent review
The new amp holding the 'terror' name from Orange is the twin channel 30 Watt version of the Tiny Terror Head.
For those guitar players who have tried out the Tiny Terror and feel that they need a bit more power, the Dual Terror may well be the amplifier of choice.
Talking about the Tiny Terror, Guitar and Bass Magazine have argued it is ideal "if you loved the little one but crave more power."
"With the ability to switch between rhythm and lead settings in the studio or on stage, the Orange Dual Terror easily provides two of your five-a-day recommended allowance."
"It offers realistic portability brimming with maximum bang the Dual Terror could be the hand grenade in anyones amp arsenal."
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Posted on 9 Oct 2009 12:39 to category : Music News
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