We feel it’s pretty fair to say that we broke boundaries when we released our Tiny Terror (that’s fair, right?) back in the day – 2006, to be specific. The original lunchbox amp whose schematics were drawn onto an A4 piece of paper, before being made up in that exact size.
Since then, we’ve continued to revolutionise the world of amplification, showing repeatedly that big sounds doesn’t necessarily come in big packages. Our Dark Terror picked up where the original Tiny Terror was left off, and our Terror Bass allowed bassists to join the club
The latest addition to our Terror family is the Terror Stamp, where we have taken it to the next level and created an amp in a pedal format, allowing you to get those luscious Terror tones at the tip of your toe!
The Terror Stamp’s tiny footprint, 8/16 Ohm Speaker Output, fully-buffered FX Loop and CabSim headphone output integrate seamlessly with your other pedals, and the hybrid Valve/Solid State design gives you the best of both worlds.
From crystal-clean to thundering high-gain, the ECC83 (12AX7)-based preamp has all the harmonics, dynamics and feel you’d expect, while the 20W Class AB Solid State power amp keeps things small, dependable and sounding great at any volume.
It wouldn’t be the perfect pedal amp without a headphone output. Our tried-and-tested, analogue CabSim circuit provides instant access to a very Orange-flavoured 4×12 speaker emulation. Just the thing for late-night practice with headphones, ‘silent’ recording or running direct to PA. The Headphone Output works simultaneously with the Speaker Output for maximum versatility.
“The most portable 20 Watt amp ever, and it’s still class A/B so it sounds good.”
– Ade Emsley, Orange’s Technical Director