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    A Proper Home For The Champ

    I had a moment of clarity around 2009 and bought a Fender Champ parts kit from Dan Torres. I made the chassis and put it together right away, then I got so busy that it has been sadly neglected ever since. I started a proper cabinet for it today. I have a tone test comparison challenge from my nephew who wants to sample it into his digital modeling amp. Here are images of starting the project. It will be made from scraps.

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    Last edited by Maurice Mcmurry; 01-22-2023 at 9:33 PM. Reason: spacing
    Missouri, it's not that bad. Best Regards, Maurice

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    No progress. I had to go back to digging ditches : ( . I give myself 1 point for not using nails or screws then 5 demerits for not using box joints then 10 demerits for not having any dovetails.

    I am tempted to add reverb.
    https://reverb.com/item/62026004-acc..._source=google

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    Last edited by Maurice Mcmurry; 01-25-2023 at 9:51 AM. Reason: Mr. Fenders OG Champ circuit snip + reverb tank
    Missouri, it's not that bad. Best Regards, Maurice

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