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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Blazer, Jun 23, 2021.
Well here's mine: a Blackstar Fly3 and an Orange Micro Terror
How it started: First electric guitar and amp -- Marshall Lead 12 and Hondo II Les Paul clone:
How it's going: Strymon Iridium and JHS Bender fuzz pedal:
It's not that I don't want small glass, because I kinda do. I'm just so addicted to bigger bottles....
Only puny fellas not in storage, Little Yamaha THR5 for acoustic fun, and I guess the Vibro champ is just a cute little thing.
Got a little Fender Champ and a little VOX of some ilk down in a hole, might come out again once the home Reno’s are done and the shack isn’t quite so disheveled.
I am shocked that I don't already have a THR-10. I sure should!
Got both cheap - some TLC and good to go. They get most playtime being my living room amps.
I don't know if this counts as "mini" but its both the smallest amp I own and my favorite.
I could swear there was a thread about small amps just some days ago
Just recently picked this up, it isn’t the best but you can’t expect much from a 4 inch speaker.
Gretsch 6150T - dates to mid-60s, owned by me since 1981. (On the chair in photo)
Posted both of these, for apartment life:
* the Dano+Smokey amp combo is my " gotta have something in a hotel room when traveling!" 'rig'
I LOVE tiny amps. But then I live in a shoebox and I hate carrying heavy stuff.
Vox mini 5 - small, loud and versatile
Blackstar Fly 3 - for taking to the park and playing to the birds
ZT Lunchbox reverb - I still haven't been able to try this out at high volume, not great at low volume
Yamaha THR5 - nothing beats this for home use
I would love one of these. Probably the coolest looking mini amp ever.
I saw the movie Crossroads the other day and now I'm hankering for a Pignose.
And I don't even play guitar anymore.
I guess my Fender VibroChamp XD is my mini amp.
This is about as small as I go...
My big, "Desktop rig," is a Wampler, Tumnus, > Analogman mini bicomp, Ross side, into an Ethos TLE, into a MUZA FD900, into a Yamaha mixer, into a Zoom PQ3HD. Boy, that's a mouth full...
Here are the results.
My 1940's rig (including field coil speaker as attenuator)