Fender Vibro Champ XD

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Model/Circuit Number: Fender Vibro Champ XD
Years of Production: 2007 – 2012
Era: Vintage Modified
Configuration: Combo
Controls: Black forward facing w/ white screened labels
Knobs: Black skirted w/ chrome center, numbered 1 – 10
Faceplate

  • Front: Gain, Volume, Voice (1-16), Treble, Bass, F/X Level, F/X Select, red jewel pilot
  • Rear: Power cable port, Power switch, 3A fuse, Speaker disconnect jack, Line Out jack

Cabinet

  • Dimensions: 14″ H X 17″ W X 8.675″ D
  • Handle: Vinyl strap w/ nickel plated caps
  • Feet: Round black rubber

Covering Material

  • Tolex/Tweed: Black Tolex
  • Grill Cloth: Black white silver grill cloth

Logo: Grille mounted, raised, chrome & black script “Fender” w/ tail
Weight: 23 lbs.
Speakers/Load: 1 x 8″ / 4 ohms

  • Speaker Model: Fender Special Design 8″ ceramic
  • Effects: Vibratone, Delay, Reverb (w/ delay), Chorus (w/ delay & reverb), Tremolo
    Watts: 5 Watts
    Tubes

    • Pre amp: 1 X 12AX7 preamp
    • Power: 1 X 6V6GT

    Bias: Cathode
    Rectifier: Solid State

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    1. Comment by smog — January 22, 2015 at 1:30 am   Reply

      Versatile, durable, portable, affordable. It has an 8″ speaker. Useful too. Slight hum. It’s not a Princeton Reverb nor cost$1k. 8″ speaker. I have put about 15 hours a week on my XV for the last 5 or 6 years and has never needed service of any sort. I’ve never dropped it or leaved it anywhere I wouldn’t leave an animal. Never played through it during a power outage or a CME.. so so far so good. Of my 6 small combos, it gets the majority of my awesomeness. In fact.. Enough writing. My amp is jealous of the lap-top and demands my immediate attention, to which I cannot deny.
      The mighty Smog has spoken.

    2. Comment by Big G — September 3, 2016 at 5:36 pm   Reply

      Amen to that! I’ve had mine since 2008 and it’s still going strong! Moved up to a Eminence H820 speaker and a Classic Tone output transformer to give me 4 AND 8 ohm options. Studio and small gig ready. Uh, very small gig.

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