If the Mustang Series of Amps from Fender is a little too intimidating, the Fender Champion 50XL Combo Amplifier for guitar offers a wide selection of tones to sort through ranging from shimmering clean to insanely overdriven, all in an easy to navigate, light-weight package! Onboard bevy amps give you the meat and the array of onboard effects allows you to season to taste. This amp is lightweight, portable, and packed with a ton of 'looking for my sound' friendly features.
The Fender Champion 50xl was designed for players who want an easy-to-use amp packed with unbeatable performance and features, the Champion 50XL contains a wide selection of usable and memorable amp models and effects.
The Champion 50 adds a more aggressive look and sound to the Champion series—“black on black” cosmetics separate it from the series’ traditional aesthetics. An easy to read and understand layout makes finding your sound within this combo amp a breeze!
Four “stompbox” effects (Compressor, Overdrive, Distortion, and Octaver) add flexibility to the twelve amp tones that range from pristine clean to full-on metal distortion.
A full complement of twelve classic effects, ranging from reverb and delay to Vibratone, provides the perfect platform for sonic experimentation. Whether you are looking for modulation or ambient effects, the Fender Champion 50xl has you covered!
Completing the package, the 12” Celestion® “Midnight 60” speaker brings full tone, increased output, and expressiveness to this versatile amplifier. When an amp can produce as many sounds like this one, you need a speaker that can voice everything from hyper-clean, to a completely fuzzed out mess. The Midnight 60 was a perfect choice!
This amp sure packs a wealth of usable sounds into a light-weight and highly portable combo amp for guitar! Whether you are just getting started or need something to grab and go, the Fender Champion 50XL is a cost-effective way to get a plethora of built-in amplifiers and effects for way less money than ever before. I wish we had stuff like this in 1990s when I was growing up. Back in MY day, we had to buy EACH INDIVIDUAL pedal we wanted to learn about... they definitely didn't come stock in my 1st amp!