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Orange Rocker 15 Terr or & Brent Hinds Terror

12 years on, Orange’s game-changing Tiny Terror continues to bear juicy fruit with this promising pair of compact heads. Richard Pur vis finds out if Tiny is still beautiful

Orange Ro cker 15 Terror & Brent Hinds Terror £549 & £569


If an Orange control panel would clash with your wallpaper, there are plenty of other shrunken heads in the 15-to-20-watt range to choose from. The Peavey Classic 20 MH (£419), Laney Cub Head (£295) and Engl MetalMaster E309 (£719) are all also powered by EL84s

Unless this magazine has a crop of new readers in the tween age bracket, it’s safe to say that we can all remember the original Orange Tiny Terror. The TT was the head that kicked off the whole ‘lunchbox amp’ craze back in 2006, and went on to spawn a host of variant models and imitators before being discontinued in 2016. And now, from beyond the rocking grave, it’s spawned a couple more…

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The April 2018 edition of The Guitar Magazine is out now featuring a FREE digital guitar DIY handbook containing 132 pages of essential tone tops, mods and upgrades that’ll make your guitar sound and play better today. Inside the main mag we go in-depth with Les Pauls and unlock the secrets of authentic 1950s tone. Spoiler alert: it’s not all about ‘old wood’ – we explain how your guitar can go toe-to-toe with a Burst or Goldtop without selling your house to fund a vintage purchase. We also put a pair of Gibson’s new 2018 Les Pauls to the test but if Lesters ain’t your thang, fear not – in addition we check out gorgeous new gear from Fender, Gretsch, B&G and more, including a brand new Lazy J that might just be Jesse Hoff’s finest amplifier to date. Elsewhere in this month’s mag we catch up with JD McPherson, who tells all about recording at RCA Studio B and jamming with Queens Of The Stone Age, pay tribute to legendary innovator Ray Butts and give you the chance to win an awesome Chase Bliss Audio Tonal Recall delay pedal worth £399. Pick up your copy of the feature-packed April 2018 issue of The Guitar Magazine now from WH Smith, Asda, Tesco, Morrisons, Waitrose, Easons and all good newsagents.