Fender Champ II
Years of Production: 1982 – 1983
Controls: Black forward facing w/ white labels
Knobs: Black skirted w/ chrome center, numbered 1 – 10
- Front: In, Vol, Treb (Pull for Mid Boost), Bass, Master Vol – Power Sw, Pilot Lamp
- Rear: AC Outlet, Fuse (1A), Speaker Jack, Line Out, Hum Balance
- Dimensions: 17″ W x 14″ T x 8″ D
- Hardware: Small Chassis Straps 3 5/8″
- Handle: Black Strap Handle
- Feet: Glides
Logo: Grille mounted, raised, chrome & black, script
Weight: 27 lbs.
- Size: 1 x 10
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Model: Fender Blue Label(For more info, check out the Jensen Replacement Speakers)
Watts: 18 watts
- Pre amp: 2 x 7025
- Power: 2 x 6V6GTA
- Rectifier: Solid State
7 thoughts on “Fender Champ II”
I own a Fender Champ II amp in mint condition.
I bought it in 1984 and have had it on the shelf for years in my den.
It might have a 100 hours on it.
New tubes but I have the originals.
New grill cloth due to a coffee spill but the speaker wasn’t touched..
I want to sell it. Thanks for your attention.
Dave Patterson Pittsburgh, PA
I am interested in your Chamo II.
How much are you asking for iy?
Also, how do I get in touch with you?
Do you still have the Champ II and if so, how much?
I also have a Champ II and really like the amp. This is really a cool amp and it is amazing the amount of tones you can get with only four knobs! Mine has new tubes but I have the originals as well. The original speaker was damaged, so I pulled the chassis out of the original cab (kept it, of course) and built another cabinet to make it a head. I usually run it to a 2X12 and it sounds great.
I have a Champ II as well in absolute mint condition and I’m considering selling it since I have a Super Champ (same year). They’re both dead mint and I’m happy to provide photos, video demo and live chat. Would be shipping from Los Angeles.
I built a Champ II from a VC kit. I followed the original circuitry schematic except for a Mid pot and opting for a GZ34 Rectifier and BIAS pot. I can always put is a SS plug, but the 385 Vp is adequate. I had a space issue for a 10″ ceramic and opted for a C10Q, not my first choice but I couldn’t fit the WGS. It is a mini deluxe for sure.