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  • Which should i sell my Blackheart HD or Orange TT

    Ok so today i bought a Blackheart Handsome Devil 15Watt and the cab to match cos it was incredibly cheap. But i already have a Tiny Terror so which one should i sell of? I won't be using the on board gain much as i need to be able to switch between clean/distorted which my digitech rp500 will do.

    I really wan't to keep the TT as i love the gain that comes out of it in comparison to the BH. But it's something about the BH and its wood enclosure & black tolex that make it look appealing with its matching cab. I don't know what to do

  • #2
    Go with what sounds better not what looks better. IMO.
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    • #3
      Go with what sounds better not what looks better. IMO.


      hands down the TT sounds better w/o any pedals. But most of the time i'm going to be using the clean channel and then adding a distortion pedal in front so i won't actually be getting that sound i like anyways. That's why i'm still unsure. I think i should just sell the TT and start saving up for a rockerverb

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      • #4
        So you're saying you don't know if you want to keep the better sounding amp, because the other one looks appealing?


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        • #5
          So you're saying you don't know if you want to keep the better sounding amp, because the other one looks appealing?




          Its hard to explain but i've decided to sell the TT after fiddling with the BH for a bit as it takes my rp500 pedal alot better than the TT. & its under warranty as i just bought which is a bonus. I am going to miss the gain from the TT though.

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          • #6
            why don't you keep both?
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            • #7
              Its hard to explain but i've decided to sell the TT after fiddling with the BH for a bit as it takes my rp500 pedal alot better than the TT. & its under warranty as i just bought which is a bonus. I am going to miss the gain from the TT though.


              You're running a digitech multi fx for all your sounds?
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              • #8
                You're running a digitech multi fx for all your sounds?


                haha yes that basically sums it up! i'm such a tard. See although i like the TT my sounds predominantly going to be come from that multi-fx as my band plays songs with both cleans and distortion. But on the odd ocassion i just wanna use the amp by itself, that's where the TT excels.

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                • #9
                  A/B switch.
                  Cleans on the BH, dirt on TT.

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                  • #10
                    A/B switch.
                    Cleans on the BH, dirt on TT.


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                    • #11
                      haha yes that basically sums it up! i'm such a tard. See although i like the TT my sounds predominantly going to be come from that multi-fx as my band plays songs with both cleans and distortion. But on the odd ocassion i just wanna use the amp by itself, that's where the TT excels.


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                      • #12
                        A/B switch.
                        Cleans on the BH, dirt on TT.


                        i don't want to have to lug both of them to gigs so i have to settle with one. Not a bad idea though

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                        • #13
                          why don't you keep both?


                          i'd love to keep them both but cos i'm a poor uni student ones gotta go.

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                          • #14
                            i'd love to keep them both but cos i'm a poor uni student ones gotta go.


                            Well, in that case, you'll get a few more clams for the TT.
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                            Gibson SG Classic (ebony)

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                            • #15
                              Dude, you should keep both, sell the digitech crap, get a tuner, delay and a/b box and make that your rig. Heck, you could get a radial headbone and only run one cab and 2 heads.
                              good deal here with tinypants. have 100% positive feedback on eBay, have a reference on BaM and on TGP also.

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