Fender Blackface Vibro Champ 1X12 Combo Guitar Amp Cabinet

Weight: 12 lb
Sale Unit: Piece

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Suited for those who want to get a bigger sound from the world famous Vibro Champ® circuit, our 1x12 version of this amplifier produces a huge tone that won't break your back. The shell is built from pine and constructed with ¼“ finger joints right here in NC. The shell also works with most Fender Musicmaster Bass® amps too!

All reproduction cabinets come pre-drilled for Mojotone Chassis

Handmade in the USA

Vibro Champ® is a registered trademark of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation
  • Dimensions: (H) 21-1/4" x (W) 17" x (D) 9-1/2"
  • Mounting Holes:Chassis holes are drilled for Mojotone chassis
  • Chassis Cut-Out: 15-1/4"
  • Covering: Fender Style Black Levant Tolex
  • Grill Cloth:Fender Style Black/White/Silver
  • Hardware: Black Plastic Strap Handle w/ Chrome End Caps, Fender Style 3 Prong Feet.
  • Speaker Cutout:1x12
  • Wiring Harness:Included

Ratings & Reviews

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7/21/2023 4:40 pm

Makes All The Difference

by Bob P. -

This cabinet and a 100db sensitivity speaker will turn your Vibro Champ into an amp you can gig with. Allows you to turn up to get that tube amp overdrive without driving everyone out of the room. Perfect for me as I don’t use pedals, just guitar, cord and amp. Using the volume on your guitar, you can go from clean to mean. And it only weighs 28lbs. with the bigger speaker.

10/5/2022 5:03 pm

Wow! 1964 Vibro Champ Sounds Amazing!

by Stephen -

I bought this for my stock 1964 Fender Vibro Champ amp and installed a Celestion blue in it. What a difference! Way more definition and clarity. It's also a lot louder. More important that just more volume is that now I can clearly hear the amp's voice and character. I'll hang onto the original cabinet with it's 8 inch speaker, but after hearing my Champ in this cabinet with a 12 inch Celestion blue I'll probably never used the original one again. Way to go Mojotone!