Fender Vibro Champ "Silverface" [1968-1982]
Fender Vibro Champ "Silverface" [1968-1982]

Vibro Champ "Silverface" [1968-1982], Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender.

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foufou 05/07/2004

Fender Vibro Champ "Silverface" [1968-1982] : foufou's user review


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Greeting distinguished
I'll say now, my love
All lamps, low-powered, 10 watt or so, a great sound for jazz and blues
He does not have reverb, tremolo, but the best I know


1 volume knob
A bass
1 treeble
speed and intensity for the vibration (it does not dconecte, it must be put to eliminate Azro)
An on / off button


When the sound, it is not complicated:
- Start with, go to the crystal-clear lgrement crunch
- With a les paul, is very slight crunch of a ZZ top (or this amp excels)
- With a 335 you'll take to BB King
the vibro verb are usually very good amp,
Did you know that there are albums of Led Zeppelin and Cream on which he used t??

we go at least:
rarely in good condition original ....
Very often they bidouillbr t /> the hp silent very fragile and very often he does chang But then if by a celestion vintage, it's bnf but if it's something else, we'll have to trust your ears
hard, hard to do saturate ... volume and a 10 humbucker (note, even a 10, no abyss ears)
a test with your guitar because it aurant a direct influence on the sound did not gain control of
(Ah, if there is a 0 to -4 db ..)
was not to use same club for fun, or else turn everyone but the singer and prohibit the public to speak or you will not hear you
quickly hard, grunge and reggae


BUT despite all that, this amp to sound fabulous but not strong.