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Fender Champion 600 [2007-2012]
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Fender Champion 600 [2007-2012]

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender belonging to the Champion series.

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Audiofanzine FR Audiofanzine FR
Publié le 12/05/08 à 01:21
Value For Money : Excellent
(Originally written by gromeul/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
5-watt tube amp (preamp with 12AX7 and power stage with 6V6) with 2 inputs (high and low impedance), speaker output and volume control!

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use: choose one of the two inputs and turn the volume control... And you get a very nice clean sound!!! If you crank it all the way you can get it to crunch but I don't like that sort of sound very much. With an overdrive pedal the sound is much better!

No user's manual needed.

SOUNDS

This amp is perfect for teaching. It's enough with an overdrive pedal to get a nice distortion! I use it with my G&L Asat and my old Charvel CH3. The sound is excellent.

It's impossible to get a bad sound with this amp...

And what a clean sound!

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it two days ago and I'm already in love. It's an easy-to-use amp and it sounds very good. I don't regret having bought it! Good value for money.
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