Fender Champ-Amp 5F1 Tube Amplifier (1963)

Fender  Champ-Amp 5F1 Tube Amplifier (1963)
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Item # 8639
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Fender Champ-Amp 5F1 Model Tube Amplifier (1963), made in Fullerton, California, serial # C-19773, tweed fabric covering finish.
Height is 12 in. (30.5 cm.), 13 1/2 in. (34.3 cm.) width, and 8 in. (20.3 cm.) deep. This is a very late example of Fender's ubiquitous tweed Champ, with a Tube Chart code MA indicating assembly in January 1963. It is a nice solid example overall, recently serviced with a new 3-prong cord and fairly complete cap job. It retains the original speaker and leather handle and is set up with a nice trio of period tubes. The tweed covering and chrome faceplate show some wear but overall not too bad; there are a few spots of white paint on the rear of the cabinet. Another great-sounding Champ, the ultimate little giant in Fender amplifiers! Excellent Condition.