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  • Fender Princeton 65

    Fender Princeton 65 - "Great Amp"

    06/19/19

    i generally bought my gear for personal use. Started with a strat knock off and a Peavy amp .Both nasty but get what you pay for . upgrading I like many types of musics rock ,pop etc I ended up walking into the RockIn Guitars Mt Lawley Pe…

  • Fender Princeton 65

    Fender Princeton 65 - "A Little Classic"

    10/23/16

    I play in a power pop covers band in the UK (The Fadeouts) I got this amp as a backup to my incredibly heavy Mesa Boogie Single Rectoverb 60, we play 10CC/Pilot/Be Bop Deluxe and much more besides (Lovin' Spoonful/Blur/Squeeze/Gigilo Aunts/Kinks) …

  • Fender Princeton 65

    Fender Princeton 65 - "Nice Amp & Portable Amp Player" has images

    05/05/13

    The transistor Princeton 65 is 65 watts with 2-Clean Inputs; Vol, Treble and Bass the Drive Input (#2 with drive button engaged) makes it dirty with Drive, Vol, Treble, Mid, Bass, REVB and there also are PRE-OUT, PWR-IN and Foot switch for add-on opt…

  • Fender Princeton 65

    Fender Princeton 65 - "Small amp, BIG sound"

    05/23/12

    Solid State - 65 Watt UTILIZATION Took about 30 minutes to get the tone I wanted. SOUNDS Awesome Fender clean channel, Overdrive decent, but I'm probably gonna run a Big Muff through it. OVERALL OPINION I couldn't be happier for the price I pai…

  • Fender Champion 30

    Fender Champion 30 - "Decent practice amp"

    12/07/11

    The Fender Champion 30 is a small solid state practice amplifier that is part of the expansive line of SS Fender amps made since the late 90s. This model has two channels, one for clean and one for overdrive. The clean channel has a single volume con…

  • Fender Champion 30

    Fender Champion 30 - "Practice amp, nothing more. Not your Dad's champ!"

    08/23/11

    This is a solid-state amp designed to simulate a classic Fender amp. The original champ was all-tube, and was many players' beginner amplifier in the earlier days of Fender. There is a double 1/4" input, as well as a 1/4" footswitch input and a 1/4" …

  • Fender Champion 30

    Fender Champion 30 - "Fender Champion 30"

    09/05/04

    I purchased this amplifier new for about $250. Purchased at was then Mars Music (since gone out of business at that location). I was looking for a step up from my tiny Crate practice amp. I had joined a basement band and needed something bigger and m…

  • Fender Champion 30

    Fender Champion 30 - "Fender Champion 30"

    09/03/04

    I bought this amp at a local dealer, paid 300 dollar for it, and i tell ya, if i had to do it again......i wouldn't. I really don't care for it at all sound wasn't clear at loud volumes, very muddy sounding, in fact i will never buy anything fender…

  • Fender Champion 30

    Fender Champion 30 - "Fender Champion 30"

    01/15/04

    I bought the amp for around $220 at a independant music store (support local music scene).I needed a powerful but compact box to sit in with that could also double for playing at a yard party. The amp has a great bark and a impressive bite. the tw…

  • Fender Princeton 65

    Fender Princeton 65 - "Fender Princeton 65"

    12/05/03

    Getting to the point on the 65, for the bonehead whose reverb went out, it's just a quick solder job and it will never happen again. The boys south of the border kinda cut corners in the manufacturing, but then again they all do. The wires inside the…