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Fender Champion Model 600 Tube Guitar Amplifier (1951)

A great sounding example!
Fender  Champion Model 600 Tube Guitar Amplifier (1951)

Fender Champion Model 600 Model Tube Guitar Amplifier (1951), made in Fullerton, California, serial # 3813, Cream and Brown fabric covering finish.

A wonderful example of the Fender Champ 600, the company's early student amp. These are not as loud or crunchy as later Champs, it remains fairly civilized at low volumes but gets the grit when cranked!
 
Height is 11 in. (27.9 cm.), 12 in. (30.5 cm.) width, and 6 3/4 in. (17.1 cm.) deep. Some light typical maintenance-changed filter caps and a modern grounded 3-prong power cord added. Light wear overall, good sounding and very nice for 60+ years on! Excellent - Condition.

Item # 5929

$1,400.00

Prices subject to change without notice.


 

Fender  Champion Model 600 Tube Guitar Amplifier (1951) Fender  Champion Model 600 Tube Guitar Amplifier (1951) Fender  Champion Model 600 Tube Guitar Amplifier (1951)

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