Fender Champion 600 User Manual
This simple tribute to the cute & collectable
1949-53 era Fender guitar amplifier makes small-
room sessions lots of fun! Originally intended as
a student model, the toneful Champion has also
been employed by many professionals for its low
output, easy-to-record capabilities. We’ve added
a high-gain input to take the overdriven tone
beyond that of the original, and a speaker output
which allows the use of a larger speaker cabinet.
Most people like to turn the amp’s volume
all the way up, and manipulate the guitar’s
controls for a variety of sounds. Crank it up!
•Tube Preamp and Tube Power Amp
•One 12AX7 tube; One 6V6 tube
•5 Watts into a 6 inch Special Design speaker
•High-gain and Low-gain inputs
•External speaker output
•Vintage-correct 1950 “two tone” cosmetics
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A . INSTRUMENTS—
High– and Low–
sensitivity plug-in connections for
instruments. LOW provides cleaner response
with high output instruments.
B . VOLUME—Adjusts the overall loudness
of the amplifier as well as distortion and
C . POWER SWITCH—This switch turns the
AC power ON and OFF as indicated by the
power jewel. When the switch is OFF, the
amplifier is completely shut down.