The '68 Customs have become an extremely popular amp series for guitarists who love classic Fender sounds along with toneful modifications that resonate with today's players.

At just 5 watts, the original Vibro Champ® was famous for classic Fender tremolo, tube sparkle and killer grind at a reasonable level. The '68 Custom Vibro Champ Reverb improves on this classic amp by adding a hall reverb and using a larger 10" speaker for increased low end. These additions make this little wonder perfect for rehearsal, home recording and even small gigs. Amplifier Comes with fitted cover.

Features

  • Output Power / Output: 5 Watts
  • Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, Intensity
  • Amp Type: Tube
  • Preamp Tubes: 2 x 12AX7
  • Power tubes: 1 x 6V6
  • Speaker: 10" Celestion® Ten 30
  • Unique Features: Modified Vibro Champ circuitry, custom-made Schumacher transformers (like the originals), 10" Celestion® 3.2 ohm speaker for increased bass response, Fender hall reverb and tube-driven tremolo, 1968-style silver-panel aluminum trim and silver-turquoise grille cloth. Amplifier comes with fitted cover.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • '68 Custom Pro Vibro Champ Reverb FSR Limited Edition "Navy" 5-Watt 1x10" Guitar Combo
Finish
  • Custom
Categories
Model Sub-Family
  • Fender Vibro Champ
  • Fender '68 Custom Pro Vibro Champ
Color Family
  • Blue
Series
  • Fender FSR Limited Edition
  • Fender Custom Vintage Modified Amp
Speaker Configuration
  • 1x10"
Model Family
  • Fender Champ Amp
Electronics
  • Tube
Reverb
  • Digital Reverb

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