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The Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp combines 15 watts of rich, dual-channel tube amp sound with modern extras such as versatile amp voicing and a wide selection of digital effects... Click To Read More About This Product

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The Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp combines 15 watts of rich, dual-channel tube amp sound with modern extras such as versatile amp voicing and a wide selection of digital effects. It's simple, toneful and flexible, and with its easy computer connectivity you can also custom tailor your amp's voicing and effects to your personal taste. Your rehearsal and recording sessions will really come alive with the unlimited tones that can be created with the Super Champ X2.

Made in Ensenada, Mexico, the Super Champ X2 features a single 10" Fender Special Design speaker, voicing knob for selection of 16 different amp types (tweed, Blackface, British, metal and more), 15 effects with level control, dual-channel switching (footswitch optional), tap tempo control for precise delay time adjustment, 1/4" line output, external speaker capability and USB output for speaker emulated digital recording. Fender FUSE software (available as a free download) allows even more tonal versatility, with customization of amp voicing and effects defaults, effects parameters deep editing, and online access to free Fender community content.

Features
  • 15 watts of rich, dual-channel tube amp sound
  • Voicing knob for selection of 16 different amp types
  • A wide selection of digital effects
  • Easy computer connectivity
  • Works with Fender FUSE
Specifications
  • Amplifier Type: Tube
    Speaker: 10" Special Design Speaker
    Impedance: 8 Ohms
    Preamp Tubes: 1 x 12AX7
    Power Tubes: 2 x 6V6
    Inputs: One Input
    Controls: Volume 1, Channel Select, Gain, Volume 2, Voice, Treble, Bass, F/X Adjust, F/X Select, Tap
    Line Out: One Line Out
    Height: 15" (38.1 cm)
    Width: 17.5" (44.5 cm)
    Depth: 9.2" (23.3 cm)
    Weight: 24 lbs. (10.9 kg)
    Footswitch: Optional Footswitch Available (P/N 007-3858-000)
    Legalese: Product Prices, Features, Specifications and Availability Are Subject To Change Without Notice
    Unique Features: 15 Watt tube power amp with two 6V6 tubes, 12AX7 preamp tube, 10 inch Fender Special Design speaker (combo amp), Voicing knob with 16 different amp types (Tweed, Blackface, British, Metal, etc.), Two channels with channel-switching format (optional footswitch available, P/N 0073858000), 15 effects with effects adjust control, TAP tempo control for delay time/modulation rate adjustments, External speaker capability, 1/4" Line output, USB output for speaker-emulated digital recording, Software (free download) allows additional flexibility.
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FenderSuper-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.6

(based on 27 reviews)

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89%

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Pros

  • Easy to use (9)
  • Excellent sound (8)
  • Portable (8)
  • Warm / comfy (8)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Home studio (8)
  • Amateur recording (6)
  • Professional recording (4)
  • Outdoor events / games (3)
  • Performances (3)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

A Fender fan's dream; sounds way bigger than its size

I had a Vibrochamp. Absolutely loved it but felt I needed more tweak ability. While its effects presets were probably the best you could ask for for 'fixed' settings, after about a...Read complete review

I had a Vibrochamp. Absolutely loved it but felt I needed more tweak ability. While its effects presets were probably the best you could ask for for 'fixed' settings, after about a month I was looking for variations it couldn't offer. This little powerhouse is exceeding my expectations after just one day. First of all the tone is startlingly good. Yes, the front end is digital, but then the signal passes through three tubes before it hits the speaker, and they do what tubes should. I've not owned any of the amps it claims to model, but everyone one of its 'voices' evokes very recognizable and very authentic tones. You've heard all these sounds before and unlike other modeling amps, even Fender's own Mustang series, these all sound natural and organic. I had a Mustang IV and this thing sounds SO much better. Compared to the Vibrochamp's 8" speaker, the 10" speaker in this amp, along with being fed by 2 6V6's instead of one, gives this amp a huge sound, with much better bottom end. I have an old Line 6 Ax2 100 wat amp with two 12" cones and this little guy hangs with it. You will be inspired by this little amp. And with 15 watts it's plenty powerful, but at only 24 pounds you won't give yourself a hernia carrying it around. So far so good; unbelievably good tone in a loud but smal package. But the real fun begins with using the Fuse software which you download for free from the Fender website. With this you can deep edit aspects of the voicings and make them your own. The first thing you get on most of the amp models is the all important middle tone control. This alone can radically alter the body of a voice and probably should simply have been provided on the face of the amp. But then there's transformer 'sag' and tube 'bias' as well as changing the speaker cabinet and of course, you can always select a different amp. Happy with your new concoction? Fuse let's you overwrite any of the 16 Voice positions on the actual amp with your new custom creations. You can do the same thing too with the effects settings, and like the amps themselves, there are additional parameters, and even entirely new effects, that you can add that go well beyond the presets. The hidden 'bonus' is the empty position for a 'stompbox' available on channel 2. There is a very decent sounding overdrive pedal you can put here or even a decent compressor, neither of which are available on the basic amp itself! While the stomp box selection can't be saved to one of the effects positions, the whole shmeggegy can be saved as a 'preset' on your computer. You can build up your library of presets as deep as you'd like! Another advantage over the Vibrochamp is that this is a two channel amp, the clean channel being modeled after a blackface Deluxe. But the real magic is being able to 'blend' this classically 'chimey' channel with channel 2 when using one of two British voices available there. This can only be done in the Fuse software and while I know it can be saved as a preset to your computer, I don't know if this little trick can be saved as one of the 16 voicings on the amp's rotary dial. But I can tell you that these British voices are thick and meaty, full of rich harmonics, even at lower gain settings. And that's when the amp is driven by my Blacktop Tele!! While I believe you could perform with this amp in smaller venues ( and a polite drummer) you'd have to make due with the two channels as your foot switchable options as the available foot switch will not allow you to access the 16 different voicings nor the different effect preset locations (though you can toggle them on and off). But get this, you can save entire collections of your 16 custom voices and presets together in their own groupings, so you could have 'home' or 'gig' profiles you download into the amp depending on your intentions. Not bad. I'm in pig heaven as they say. I no longer gig so I just wanted to have awesome Fender tube tones and the ability to tweak 'patches' beyond what the little 5-watt Vibrochamp could for my own playing and recording. This thing will do anything from country to metal with no sacrifice in tone, IMHO. The new big trend these days seems to be in these smaller, lighter, lower powered amps. In the last 3 1/2 months I've gone through: Fender Mustang, Blackstar HT-5R, Fender Vibrochamp and FINALLY this Superchamp X2. It has them all beat for tone and the computer Fuse tweak ability rivals the Mustang. I really don't see any other manufacturers trumping this effort.

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im not too impressed. the clean channel is just ok. the second channel has the amp models which all sound bad. the power is ok for home practice or jamming without a drummer....Read complete review

im not too impressed. the clean channel is just ok. the second channel has the amp models which all sound bad. the power is ok for home practice or jamming without a drummer. the line out does not stop the speaker so i cant use it for headphone practice. the extended speaker output shuts off the internal speaker so you loose it. the stock speaker is week. i did replace it with a ragin cajun as th other comments said to do and it helped the sound in a noticable way. you need to factor in $70 additional for it. except when i did that it added at least 5 lbs, which made the amp heavy. i didnt like the increase in weight. but without it the speaker is bad. the handle is not great like the dogbone handle on other fender amps. the reason i got the amp was for portability. changes via Fuse do not stay when the computer is not connected. on the upside, the price is okay for an all tube amp.

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(15 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Super-duper Amp

By P S

from WSea WA

Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

The Super-Champ is a portable, well-made amp with so many tones to add to your playing. Lots of effects to try out. Two channels, the XD footswitch works with it (but is extra.) I compared this amp with the Line 6 Spider which I liked until I heard the Super-Champ. It's got tubes AND some digi-up its sleeves. The best of both worlds and it is easy to use. I keep the volume around 2. This amp can get very loud so the walls and floor pulse, which makes my neighbors start looking for 'that teenage boy who is making all that electric guitar racket.' Fortunately I pass as a 50 year old woman. The neighbors never suspect that huge sound is coming out of my house. I also purchased a Fender Blues amp cover to keep my cat from getting any ideas. One thing to note: if there is a headphone jack on this thing, I haven't found it yet, so be warned. But aside from that, I'm happy with my purchase. Mama's got a brand new bag!

(13 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

An Excellent Amp

By Bill Kenney

from New Jersey

Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I actually own the Super Champ XD, the previous version which is no longer sold through retail, but as far as i can tell, they are exactly the same (except the $150 difference, and some digital-effect-mixing-computer-thing which i could care less about). Moving forward, this is an awesome amp! Some of the best tone i have heard in a long while. Fender really gave this amp that all-American tube sound that i crave (sorry Orange). On clean, the lows are rich and full, and the highs are smooth and creamy. But add some overdrive in there and -BAM- you get those tight and fast lows, and those screaming tube highs! The voicings are a bit cumbersome at first, but I've grown to love 'em. Great tonal response all around the board. The features this guy comes with are ABSOLUTELY essential for every amp. Line out, foot-switch, two channels, and even a speaker out! This is the ultimate in portable, professional amps. And would it hold up for gigs? Definitely yes. And if your looking for really loud, then just buy (or use, if you have one) a 4x12 Marshall cabinet, plug it into the speaker out, turn the volume to 11 and RIP OFF THE KNOB.

(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Versatile Tube Amp

By Andy

from Holliston, Ma.

Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

This amp is exactly what I was looking for. I tend to favor the clean sounds over the distorted sounds. It seems that the great majority of modeling amps are solid state and offer many more distortion based modeling sounds than clean sound variations. I am glad to say that the Super Champ offers that nice tube punch that solid state amps lack, and that the voicings offer several sweet clean to lightly broken up sounds. I have owned many, many amps over the last 50 years and feel that for a moderate sound environment, you can not beat this amp. I know others can't wait to switch the speaker, but I am truly satisfied with the whole package and would not change a thing.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Your entry-level amp to "real" tube tone

By Jeffrey Homuth

from Twin Cities, MN

Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I have nothing against modeling amps - I owned several Vox Valvetronix amps (which were excellent), and the Super Champ X2 itself has some digital modeling components in the front end. But the Super Champ X2 is superior to the other sub-$500 amps I have tried in that it offers convincing tube responsiveness in a simple, intuitive package with a vintage appearance. Channel 1 is volume only, and offers shimmering clean Blackface tone. Contrary to popular believe, there is digital modeling on this channel as well, only it is locked to the one clean setting. It is very dynamic and takes pedals very well. Channel 2 has 16 different voice settings, ranging from the small Fender Champ, to the Princeton, Deluxe, Bassman, and even non-Fender products like Vox and Marshall. Overall, the Fender models are outstanding. The higher-gain voices are less convincing, but still very useful to have as an option for home practicing. Even if the amp only had 8 "great" voices, it's of no detriment to the user to have 8 additional choices, even if they are less appreciated. The 10" speaker is a stock ceramic and sounds great at bedroom levels. There's discussion of upgrading the speaker, but this is not necessary at bedroom levels. This amp gets just loud enough to do some gigging, but it's better suited for home, hobby, or the studio. I've been playing for years, and I can't tell you how satisfying it is to hear those classic Fender tones finally coming out of my home amplifier.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Super-do-per X2

By Richard McGuire

from Linwood, NJ

Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I've been waiting for Fender to develop a tube amp that combined the DSP effect features with the warmth of tube power that was light weight offering ease of portability! The X2 does it!!! Plus, the added "TAP" feature offers more flexibility for the EFXs... I feel it approaches "analog" sounds on the delay, tremolo, and chorus features. For me the "bonus" is the line out..why? because you can run the line out feature directly thru a PA system... the X2 really performs splendidly when doing that ...or...I run the line out into my old, but very much "alive" Princeton 65 DSP amp thus utilizing the 12" speaker which provides a great stereo sound. The "voice" feature is quite awesome... the amp models provide excellent representations of classic and modern Fender amplified stylizations. The X2 "vintage modified" surely owns up to its claim... and the price is very reasonable for what that little amp offers!!!

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Fender fan's dream; sounds way bigger than its size

By Len Dube

from Exton, PA

Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I had a Vibrochamp. Absolutely loved it but felt I needed more tweak ability. While its effects presets were probably the best you could ask for for 'fixed' settings, after about a month I was looking for variations it couldn't offer. This little powerhouse is exceeding my expectations after just one day. First of all the tone is startlingly good. Yes, the front end is digital, but then the signal passes through three tubes before it hits the speaker, and they do what tubes should. I've not owned any of the amps it claims to model, but everyone one of its 'voices' evokes very recognizable and very authentic tones. You've heard all these sounds before and unlike other modeling amps, even Fender's own Mustang series, these all sound natural and organic. I had a Mustang IV and this thing sounds SO much better. Compared to the Vibrochamp's 8" speaker, the 10" speaker in this amp, along with being fed by 2 6V6's instead of one, gives this amp a huge sound, with much better bottom end. I have an old Line 6 Ax2 100 wat amp with two 12" cones and this little guy hangs with it. You will be inspired by this little amp. And with 15 watts it's plenty powerful, but at only 24 pounds you won't give yourself a hernia carrying it around. So far so good; unbelievably good tone in a loud but smal package. But the real fun begins with using the Fuse software which you download for free from the Fender website. With this you can deep edit aspects of the voicings and make them your own. The first thing you get on most of the amp models is the all important middle tone control. This alone can radically alter the body of a voice and probably should simply have been provided on the face of the amp. But then there's transformer 'sag' and tube 'bias' as well as changing the speaker cabinet and of course, you can always select a different amp. Happy with your new concoction? Fuse let's you overwrite any of the 16 Voice positions on the actual amp with your new custom creations. You can do the same thing too with the effects settings, and like the amps themselves, there are additional parameters, and even entirely new effects, that you can add that go well beyond the presets. The hidden 'bonus' is the empty position for a 'stompbox' available on channel 2. There is a very decent sounding overdrive pedal you can put here or even a decent compressor, neither of which are available on the basic amp itself! While the stomp box selection can't be saved to one of the effects positions, the whole shmeggegy can be saved as a 'preset' on your computer. You can build up your library of presets as deep as you'd like! Another advantage over the Vibrochamp is that this is a two channel amp, the clean channel being modeled after a blackface Deluxe. But the real magic is being able to 'blend' this classically 'chimey' channel with channel 2 when using one of two British voices available there. This can only be done in the Fuse software and while I know it can be saved as a preset to your computer, I don't know if this little trick can be saved as one of the 16 voicings on the amp's rotary dial. But I can tell you that these British voices are thick and meaty, full of rich harmonics, even at lower gain settings. And that's when the amp is driven by my Blacktop Tele!! While I believe you could perform with this amp in smaller venues ( and a polite drummer) you'd have to make due with the two channels as your foot switchable options as the available foot switch will not allow you to access the 16 different voicings nor the different effect preset locations (though you can toggle them on and off). But get this, you can save entire collections of your 16 custom voices and presets together in their own groupings, so you could have 'home' or 'gig' profiles you download into the amp depending on your intentions. Not bad. I'm in pig heaven as they say. I no longer gig so I just wanted to have awesome Fender tube tones and the ability to tweak 'patches' beyond what the little 5-watt Vibrochamp could for my own playing and recording. This thing will do anything from country to metal with no sacrifice in tone, IMHO. The new big trend these days seems to be in these smaller, lighter, lower powered amps. In the last 3 1/2 months I've gone through: Fender Mustang, Blackstar HT-5R, Fender Vibrochamp and FINALLY this Superchamp X2. It has them all beat for tone and the computer Fuse tweak ability rivals the Mustang. I really don't see any other manufacturers trumping this effort.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tube Tone

By Peter Brown

from Oak Brook, Illinois

Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I purchased the Fender Champ X2 a couple of weeks ago. I've been looking for a combo amp with great warm tube tone for practicing. This amp delivers that tone. I love to play blues but occasionally venture into other genre's. This amp has the perfect clean tone on channel #1 that I have been looking for. For those occasions where I just want to cut loose and do a little shredding, it also serves me well. The built in amp voicing is fairly accurate; however, I generally use this amp with my Digitech RP500 FX box. The reason for this is that the optionaly footswitch only changes the channel and not the voicing or FX. During performances, I need to make these changes and these do not work well using only a channel change. The Super Champ X2 is very light weight and can be used for practice or gigs in small venues. The 10 inch speaker and volume is adequate and if you need a bigger speaker there is a speaker output jack. I have tried using the FUSE software and it is fun to play with; however, I don't find it very useful. One thing that I wish that Fender would add to this amp is a mid range dial. You can change the mid range within the FUSE software but not on the actual amp. Generally, I am very pleased with this amplifier and recommend it to anyone who loves warm tube tone.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Super-Champ--Super Deal!!

By Mark

from Greenville SC

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I was looking for an amp that I could use at home without waking up the neighbors but still sounded like an authentic tube amp. This little amp rocks for just that purpose! There's a lot of great sounds available in the effects where I din't have to drag out any pedals too. I read several reviews that said the sound was weak. Don't believe them. There's plenty of meat to the sound and when putting an SM57 in front of it you'll get a massive sound you'll love. The only small negative was a rattle from the speaker mounting board due to it not being glued to the sides. This only happens when hitting a G chord. A little bit of adhesive and a couple of screws onside the amp fixed this issue in less than 10 minutes.

    (6 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Disappointed

    By Lewis Langlebiben

    from Springfield, NJ

    Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    Just tried an X2 at my local GC. Quite disappointed. Maybe it was the one I tried, but it didn't hold a candle to the discontinued Super Champ XD. Didn't have that "Fender Vibe", was boomy and uneven. IMHO, Fender had "it" with the XD but missed with the X2. Wish I could have said something better. Maybe it was the one I tried...

    (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great little amp

    By Oliver L. Thagard

    from Portsmouth, NH

    Comments about Fender Super-Champ X2 15W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    You won't find a better amp for the money. The Bassman is my favorite setting, along with a little delay and reverb. Really nails that rockabilly sound. You could play small venues with this, but it's primarily a practice amp ( but a really good one ).

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