Fender Champion 110 Reviews
This thing is obviously a cheap starter amp, based on the price. I guess it'll work in that context, though most likely a beginner will get frustrated because the amp will sound bad. If you start with a bad amp, you probably won't want to keep playing. It'd be better for you to get something a little nicer. Even if it's another solid state, ther... [read more on Audiofanzine]mooseherman rated this unit on 2011-07-26.
Since these amps have been discontinued I have no idea what the going used rate is for these amps. Since it is solid state I can't imagine it being over $250 for a used amp. I would recommend this amp to a Fender amp lover who needs a cheap practice amp that will get an ok clean tone and lousy distortion tone. You won't break the bank buying... [read more on Audiofanzine]iamqman rated this unit on 2011-06-22.
My amp dates back to '92 or '93 and has since began to fall apart. Most of the jacks are scratchy and loose, and the input jack hardly makes a connection anymore. The master volume on the clean channel quit working, so the amp is very loud despite the setting. This makes it unusable for quiet at-home playing, which sucks as that's all it's re... [read more on Audiofanzine]glassjaw7 rated this unit on 2011-03-21.
For practice, this amplifier is ideal. With two channels you have a good choice in the sound you want to produce. however as i said before, the quality of sound is dependant on your set up, but for the price you can buy a second hand one, i honestly believe you can get better. [read more on Audiofanzine]Sean McCrory rated this unit on 2004-11-03.
I wouldn't get this amp. First of all, if you are a begginer it is kind of big the lug around, and for everyone else, the feedback is horrible. [read more on Audiofanzine]Cait rated this unit on 2004-03-01.
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