A faithful, hand-wired re-creation of the 1957 Champ amp.
The Fender Champ amp of the late 1950s is well known as the small-but-mighty tone machine that belongs in every serious guitarist's collection. The release of the '57 Champ adds this iconic, one-of-a-kind guitar amplifier to Fender's '57 Tweed Series.
This faithful hand-wired re-creation of the 1957 Fender Champ amp is a terrific studio amp and has been a prized possession of countless pro players for its great-sounding, low-output, easy-to-record capabilities. It's well documented that this model has been used on recordings by Johnny Cash, Keith Richards, and Eric Clapton (it's the "Layla" amp). And with its rich tone and touch-sensitive response, this Fender amp is ready to make great music today.
Any player seeking the ultimate in low-powered, top-quality tube performance need look no further!