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Epiphone Electar Coronet 1938 Natural (Octal Champ)

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This is a nice, lightweight and compact amp in good working order. Guitar pictured is not included, just shown to illustrate size. 

This is the smaller amp in the range, 10" fieldcoil speaker in great shape. Amp has been recapped recently and has a 3 prong power cord. 

While it's not terribly loud or a fire breathing monster, it's a wonderful full sounding clean platform. I have used it in a jazz trio with fantastic results. Unlike many tube amps, this one sounds nice and full at low volume. It does break up when pushed but it's not going into 50s distortion territory without a boost pedal or something. 

The circuit is very similar to the first version Fender Champs.

Cosmetically the amp is in good shape overall. Some wrinkles and minor cracks in the veneer but nothing terrible. Back panel is missing. It’s very striking in person .

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Listeda month ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
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