|Speaker||4 Ohm 1×8″ Oxford 8EV|
|Circuit Type||All Tube, Single-Ended|
|Tube Compliment||6V6GT (1)
|Internal Construction||Hand-wired on fiber board|
|Power Cable||Ungrounded 2-prong (1967-1974)|
|Orientation||Black forward facing
• w/ white labels (1964-1967)
|Knobs||Black skirted w/ chrome center, numbered 1 – 10|
|Faceplate Cosmetics||Blackface (1964-1967)|
|Faceplate Configuration||Input, Input, Volume, Treble, Bass, Speed, Intensity, Power, Red Jewel Pilot Light|
|Backplate Configuration||Fuse (1A), speaker jack, vibrato jack (bottom of chassis)|
|Dimensions||14” x 17” x 7 1/2”|
|Hardware||Small Chassis Plates 3 5/8”|
|Handle||Black Plastic Strap|
|Cabinet Construction||Solid Pine (1964-1976)|
|Baffle||Particle Board (all years)|
|Grill Cloth||Black White Silver Grill Cloth (1964-1974)|
|Fender Badge Logo||Grill mounted, raised, chrome & black, script with tail (1965-1973)|
1966 Fender Vibrochamp
For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1966 Fender Vibrochamp.
This '66 Vibrochamp is in excellent working condition and sounds great. We had our tech, Gary Wright, look it over carefully and he cleaned all the potentiometers and tube sockets. We did NOT change the filter caps or resistors but will do so at the buyers request.
A little information from vibrochamp.org...
By 1964 the vibrato had become de rigeur for the Fender line. With the introduction of the “blackface” series, a new deluxe version of the venerableChamp was also released with the effect built into the amp. This new model was dubbed the Vibro Champ. Throughout its 19-year history, starting in 1964 and culminating in 1982, the Vibro Champ and its simpler sibling held down the low-end of the line and introduced many a beginning guitarist to the Fender line.
The new Vibro Champ joined the rest of Fender’s new “blackface” line, so called because the amps had black faceplates, black knobs, black handles and black tolex covering. Fender added a silver grill cloth to give this line a new, high contrast look. But what really distinguished the blackfaces was their new sparkley sound. Guitarists also found they could turn up the volume and get a decent crunch tone. Fender’s new amps were popular and production numbers at its Fullerton CA factory increased every year.
Please note that we warranty used amps for 45 days only if we service them with new capacitors, resistors and tubes, (We retain 100% of original parts).
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