The Fender Super-Champ 112 1x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet mates perfectly with the Super Champ X2 Head or other quality amplifier. Made in Ensenada, Mexico, it's compact and rugged; rated at 80 watts RMS... Read More
The Fender Super-Champ 112 1x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet mates perfectly with the Super Champ X2 Head or other quality amplifier. Made in Ensenada, Mexico, it's compact and rugged; rated at 80 watts RMS (at 8 ohms) and features a single 12" Celestion G12P-80 speaker for tight, defined tone and a closed-back design for increased bass response.
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I just purchased the Super Champ x2 Combo amp. I had hoped it would be loud enough to cut through a loud drummer (the bassist and lead guitarist were not available). I was very disappointed when it didn't. I hooked it up to a Fishman Artist Amp which is 140 watts. It almost melted the paint off the garage. So now I will purchase this cabinet and hook it up to the combo. I should be able to get both speakers to play simultaneously with a splitter. My concern now is the "tipping over" issue. That can be remedied by building a platform to connect it to. More stuff to lug around though. I'll update this review once I've upgraded. For now,I'm giving this product 4 stars instead of 5 because of the other complaints about the depth. I'll change it later if i change my mind.
I have the 1st-gen super champ combo hooked to this 12-inch speaker cab. The combo sits on top. The two are sized well, but the pair is a little "tippy" and wouldn't take much to accidentally knock them over?so I agree with the other reviewer that this cabinet could be 2-3 inches deeper to make it more stable. No problem for me in my basement, but on stage could be a problem. Sound is excellent, though. Also would be nice if you could use both the combo 10-inch and cabinet 12-inch speakers simultaneously, but not a huge deal. //Spud
Have had the amp for 3 weeks...love it. Bought the Fender 12" extension which gives it a fuller sound. Nice package. 10" speaker for practice and 12" speaker for gigs. Wish the 10" and 12" would both work but it is one or the other. Excellent amp.
I use this speaker with my Supersonic 60. It enables me to use the Sonic at bedroom levels. I get a nice clean sound that doesn't wake the neighbors. It sounds full and rich and sounds nice through a Vox Tonelab LE attached to th Supersonic. I also use it with a Super Champ XD using a spliter jack to run the amps internal speaker. Makes this combo sound and act like much bigger setup a low levels. For the money a great buy.
The Super-Champ 112 was simply the most inexpensive, good-quality 8-ohm cab I could find. The quality of sound I get out of it somewhat surpassed my expectations. It's very solid and tight, just like the ad says, and although closed-back cabs aren't really my thing, this little guy sounds perfect.
I would probably already have one of these cabinets if the depth were 10 or 11 inches, but at barely more than 9 inches, it seems like it wouldn't take much of an accidental bump to knock it over,and then the amp head crashes to the floor. I believe a deeper cabinet would be much more sturdy and improve the overall sound quality of the cabinet as well.
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