You had the on and off switch along with two inputs for high and low inputs. So there isn't too much to get in the way of tone here. Set you bass and treble accordingly to your guitar and then if you want a little vibrato just turn those two knobs clockwise until you have found your sweet spot.These amps just shine with fender Straocaster or Telecaster but they sound just as good with your favorite guitar.NOt too much volume here but if you needed a boost these amps like all Fender amps take pedals better than anybody out there.

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Fender seems to be turning it over to out friends over seas to build out small wattage amps anymore.

We see them come from China and we see them come from Mexico.

To which only a certain number of amps come from the States anymore.

You see the higher end one and the old time classic still built here but small little watters like this wouldn't stand a chance nowadays. This little thing has such a great tone and vibrato and at such an affordable price even today.

You can find them all day in the classifieds or on evilbay.

I have seen them as low as 0 and as high as 0.

So right in that pocket you can score solid vintage sounding tube practice amp. would recommend this amp to anyone needing a good sounding vintage amp that is below 0 on a good day. The Fender Vibro Champ '70 is a vintage guitar combo amplifier that I've used in the recording studio.

This is a tube amp design which which had to 6v6 power tubes and two 12ax7's.

This was a 6 watt amp and had such a vintage tone for days.

UTILIZATION Cabinet * Dimensions: 14½ x 17 x 7¼ * Hardware: Small Chassis Straps 3 5/8'' * Handle: Black Strap * Feet: Glides * Corners: Covering Material * Tolex/Tweed: Black Tolex * Grill Cloth: (68-74) Grill mounted, raised, chrome & black script Logo: 20 lbs Weight: 20 lbs Speaker * Size: 1 x 8 * Impedance: 4 ohms Effects: Tremolo ~Watts: 6 watts Tubes * Pre amp: 7025 * Power: 6V6GT Bias: Cathode bias Rectifier: 5Y3 SOUNDS The set up like most Fender amps is pretty easy.

On the front panel you volume, bass, treble, speed, and intensity.