1963 Fender Champ-Amp

1963 Fender Champ-Amp

From the 1962 Fender catalog, "The Champ Amp is constructed of the finest cabinet design. Circuit provides extremely pleasing reproduction. Speaker is a fine quality permanent magnet type. The Champ Amp has two instrument inputs, volume control, jeweled pilot light, and extractor type fuse holder. The amp covering is striped…
1966 Fender Champ-Amp

1966 Fender Champ-Amp

"Compare Fender...... you'll agree they are the finest in the world! The Champ Amp is sturdily constructed in the attractive front control cabinet. The circuit provides extremely please reproduction with a fine quality permanent magnet speaker. The Champ Amp has two instrument inputs, volume, treble, and bass controls, jeweled pilot…
1963 Fender Champ-Amp

1963 Fender Champ-Amp

Another tweed Champ just in at True Vintage Guitar! From the 1962 Fender catalog, "The Champ Amp is constructed of the finest cabinet design. Circuit provides extremely pleasing reproduction. Speaker is a fine quality permanent magnet type. The Champ Amp has two instrument inputs, volume control, jeweled pilot light, and…
1963 Fender Champ-Amp

1963 Fender Champ-Amp

From the 1962 Fender catalog, "The Champ Amp is constructed of the finest cabinet design. Circuit provides extremely pleasing reproduction. Speaker is a fine quality permanent magnet type. The Champ Amp has two instrument inputs, volume control, jeweled pilot light, and extractor type fuse holder. The amp covering is striped…
1957 Fender Champ Amp

1957 Fender Champ Amp

From the 1957 Fender catalog, "CHAMP AMP: The Champ has the top mounted chrome plated chassis with two input jacks, volume control, jewel panel light, and extractor type panel mounted fuse holder. The speaker is a high quality permanent magnet speaker, and the volume and fidelity of this amplifier will…
1968 Fender Vibro Champ-Amp

1968 Fender Vibro Champ-Amp

Fender's Vibro Champ-Amp was introduced in 1964 as a part of the redesigned black face era amplifiers. It utilized a class A amplifier with 12ax7 preamp tube and 6v6 power tube making about 6 watts with a tube driven (12ax7) tremolo circuit. The cabinets were solid finger jointed Pine with an…
1969 Fender Champ Amp (Drip Edge)

1969 Fender Champ Amp (Drip Edge)

The Fender Champ line began as a single ended, class A amp making just a couple of watts through a 8" speaker in 1948 called the Champion 800. It underwent a few changes throughout the years but always retained the single 6V6 power tube delivering that smooth breakup and drive.…
1966 Fender Champ-Amp

1966 Fender Champ-Amp

The Fender Champ line began as a single ended, class A amp making just a couple of watts through a 8" speaker in 1948 called the Champion 800. It underwent a few changes throughout the years but always retained the single 6V6 power tube delivering that smooth breakup and drive.…
1971 Fender Champ

1971 Fender Champ

The Fender Champ line began as a single ended, class A amp making just a couple of watts through a 8" speaker in 1948 called the Champion 800. It underwent a few changes throughout the years but always retained the single 6V6 power tube delivering that smooth breakup and drive.…
1965 (Valco Made) Supro Super

1965 (Valco Made) Supro Super

The Valco made Supro amplifiers of the 1960s have achieved huge recognition lately in the gear world. Companies like JHS have built drive pedals around the tone and the brand has even been bought and resurrected into more modern versions of the old circuits. The Super amp was Supro's entry level platform that competed…
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