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Looking at the chart below we can see that there was a pretty consistent numbering scheme for the vintage tweed Fender Champs.Champion 800 (green tweed)* 01 to 1000 – 1948-49 Champion 600 5B1 (two tone) 01 to 1300 – 1948-49 1300 to 1700 – 1950 1700 to 5000 – 1951-52 5000 to 5500 – 1953 Champ 5C1, 5D1 (tweed) 5500 to 6600 – 1953 6600 to 8000 – 1954 8000 to 9999 – 1955 Champ 5E1, 5F1 (tweed) C00001 to C00800 – 1955 C00800 to C03100 – 1956 C03100 to C06000 – 1957 C06000 to C08800 – 1958 C08800 to C12500 – 1959 C12500 to C15500 – 1960 C15500 to C16800 – 1961 C17000 to C19000 – 1962 C19000 to C21000 – 1963 C21000 to C23000 – 1964 So we can see that a serial number of C 09556 is pretty close to the lower end for serial numbers for 1959 5F1 tweed Fender Champs.We did as well before we got our Blackface Fender Vibro Champ in 2005.

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This means that you’ll get good bang for the buck with a silverface amp.

Also, smaller and lighter amps like Champs and Princetons have stood the test of time much better than bigger amps.

The Vibro Champ has tremolo, which is volume/amplitude shifting.

The Vibro Champ has a pre-amp tube bias shifting (the phase inverter), which is unique among the blackface/silverface Fender amps.

The blackface model continued the 1×8″ combo design and the single ended 6V6 power amp, class A.