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So I tried one of these out-
Orange Micro Dark

In addition to a reverb pedal I would like a small tube amp.
ANd this seems to fit the bill. (It weighs under 2 pounds for the head)
I tried one out--I liked it--comparing it in my head to what I already have, to decide if it might be worth parting with a pedal or two that I never or rarely use.

The midrange control is nice--especially as I like mid range--but even slightly cutting it was cool in some cases.
It overdrives well, and the clean is good too.

(This is actually a hybrid amp--there's one tube for the gain, and then solid state for the clean.)

SO has anybody here used one--what were your thoughts?

This would basically be for playing at home, recording for my own enjoyment, maybe in church.
 

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Well, not much you don't like about it. What can we add ? One thing I can tell you is that the Micro Terror is VERY dependent to the cab it's paired to. I had one for a while and I parted with it, just to realize later that I didn't like it because of the cab I was driving it with.
 

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It worked well with the little Orange cab, but I'd probably start with something else...
Thanks.
 

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Well, I got one.
 

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Well, not much you don't like about it. What can we add ? One thing I can tell you is that the Micro Terror is VERY dependent to the cab it's paired to. I had one for a while and I parted with it, just to realize later that I didn't like it because of the cab I was driving it with.
completely agree. I have regular micro - when I play tested it in L&M, I tried it with its own micro cab and with regular orange 112. Completely two different sounds.
 
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