The Fender Champion Amp is a 5W tube guitar amplifier with a 6-inch speaker and 1950 "two tone" cosmetics. This simple tribute to the cute and collectible 1949-53-era Fender guitar amplifier makes small-room sessions lots of fun! Originally intended as a student model, the Champion Amp (also known as the Champ) has also been employed by many professionals for its low output, easy-to-record capabilities. Fender has added a higher-gain preamp circuit to take the overdriven tone beyond that of the original, and a choice of High- or Low-gain inputs. An internal speaker output jack allows the use of a larger speaker cabinet.
The original Champion 600 had a low-gain preamp with 6SJ7 tube; the 12AX7 and associated tone circuitry lets the amp be driven harder for more overdrive.
5W tube power amplifier driving a 6-inch speaker provides perfect low volume for practice or recording.
Internal speaker can be disconnected, allowing amp to be used with a larger external speaker cabinet.
- Two inputs (Instrument And Microphone)
- Control: Volume
Champion 600 5W 1x6 Combo Amp
- Type: Tube Amplifier
Output: 5 Watts
Ohms: 4 Ohms
Speaker: One 6 Inch, 4 Ohm Special Design Driver With Ceramic Magnet
Weight: 15 Lbs (7 Kg)
Height: 11" (28 cm)
Width: 12" (31 cm)
Depth: 7.5" (19 cm)
1-6V6 (diode rectifier)
Features: Tube Preamp And Tube Power Amp (One 12AX7 tube; One 6V6 tube)