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1977 Fender Champ, 2001 Bennett Victor V601, Victoria 518T


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Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar:
1977 Fender Champ with Weber 8a125-4
2001 Bennett Victor V601 with Weber Signature Series
Victoria 518T with Weber Classic Alnico

1977 Fender Champ 
Audio Glassic, EH 6V6GT, Mesa 12AX7A

2001 Bennett Victor V601 
Soviet 6SJ7, EH 6V6GT, Phillips 5Y3WGT

Victoria 518T 
Phillips 5V4GA, EH 6V6GT, EH 12AX7EH

All work great with no issues
No scratchy pots, all works ok at this time

Check out the pics, lots of pics and gut shots included

Modifications (if any):
1977 Fender Champ with Weber 8a125-4 speaker
2001 Bennett Victor V601 - Fender log
Victoria 518T - None

Accessories (hardshell case etc):

Location (City,State or City,Country):
Central NJ

Contact Info (No Phone #s)
PM me here

References (eBay or other forum userid):
I am on Ebay, Jemsite, MetalGuitarist.org, Sevenstring.org, Thorn Forums, HugeRacks, Marshall Forums, VHT Forums, Fractal Forums, Vintage Rocker Birds and Moon, The Gear Page, Harmony Central, RigTalk, Guitar Porn, Reverb.com all with the name Sevenstringer

Price (include currency and if firm/obo):
1977 Fender Champ - $599
2001 Bennett Victor V601 - $799
Victoria 518T - $799

No Trades Thanks


1977 Fender Champ 


2001 Bennett Victor V601 


Victoria 518T 


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1977 Fender Champ - $550
2001 Bennett Victor V601 - $649

Here is a email I received from From Bruce Bennett, the make of the amp:
“Wide Panel" front.

This is my very first one. built in 1991 and is a perfect copy of a 1954 Fender Champion 600.

That one DID come with the 6" weber speaker as a stock item, because that one was built before Jensen came back into the Music instrument speaker business in 1998. which is when I started thinking that i could develop this amp around their new speakers.
See, I owned and played that one for 10 years after I built it in 1991, then I sold it on ebay and thats when I added the 2001 label to it. and of course I went on to make short runs of them.

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