Red Dog Music | Oct 9, 2018 | 0
NAMM 2012: Introducing… Orange Micro Terror
This is a true Orange classic, with masses of vintage British character, clean crunch and full-on overdrive sounds.” – Orange Amps
Imagine, if you will, all the winning attributes of the rest of the Terror series, with the same classic Terror sound and with the same simple, unpretentious and super cool design, but all packaged up in a neat little steel box. We’d say pocket-sized but it’s only pocket-sized if you wear super duper baggy jeans and don’t mind the possibility of them falling down around your ankles every now and then… At NAMM 2012, Orange will introducing the smallest Terror known to humankind. Brace yourself, its way louder than it looks.
“The Micro Terror has a single 12AX7 pre-amp tube with 20 watts RMS of solid-state output. It is powered via a 15-volt DC supplier (international PSU included), features auxiliary input for MP3 player or CD, and can be plugged into to any cabinet with 4-ohm or greater handing (even a 4 x 12) and you will be ready to rock,” says Orange.
See, it really is only wee. Although, with a name like Terror… I reckon it’s going to be much louder than its size would suggest. They say you should watch out for the quiet ones; we suggest looking out for the little ones too… One word, HARDCORE. And, like all matches made in heaven, there are always two amps that do nothing but compliment each other. Which is why – alongside the Micro Terror – Orange have released the PPC108 Guitar Cab; an 8 inch speaker that delivers a p-p-p-punchy tone that must be heard to be believed. With its rugged construction, the PPC108 is built to last whilst still maintaining Orange‘s classic style and inimtable good looks. We’re not saying they have to be together… They’re just incredibly fond of each other.