1962 Fender Tweed Champ, Model 5F1, Original Oxford speaker, Classic Vintage Bell Tone! and one of the best studio amps of all time!
Features: 5-watts, 8-inch speaker, two inputs, volume control
A tweed Champ was Clapton’s main studio amp for 1970 Derek and the Dominos masterpiece Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs and for acclaimed 1974 solo album 461 Ocean Boulevard. When you hear “Layla,” “Bell Bottom Blues” and “I Shot the Sheriff,” you’re hearing an original-era Champ.
Mr Jimmy Page use this same year Tweed Champ on many recordings. I have owned this amp 15 years, I have done many video's over the years with it. I plays and sounds great.It records Great. You do not see many that are clean, all original and 1 owner.. AND THEY ARE NOT making them anymore like Leo use to!