Fender Vibro-Champ AA-764 Tube Amplifier (1967)

Fender  Vibro-Champ AA-764 Tube Amplifier (1967)
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Fender Vibro-Champ AA-764 Model Tube Amplifier (1967), made in Fullerton, California, serial # A-20305, black tolex covering finish.
 
Height is 14 in. (35.6 cm.), 17 in. (43.2 cm.) width, and 7 in. (17.8 cm.) deep.

This little black-panel beauty is nicely original and spectacularly clean. The black Tolex is nicely intact with little-to-no scuffing or wear. The chassis straps and handle mounts are shiny clean and the faceplate is in excellent condition save for a couple very minor scratches.

The tube chart is stamped "QH", indicating assembly in February 1967. The speaker is the original Oxford 8EV-52 marked 465-709 (dated to the 9th week of 1967). Both power and output transformers are the original Schumachers and date to the 24th week of 1967 and 52nd week of 1966 (reading 606-724 and 606-652), respectively. Most of the pots date to mid/late 1966.

The amp has been professionally serviced, including our standard replacement of all electrolytic capacitors, removal of "death" cap and a three-prong power cord installed, as well as cleaning of all sockets, pots and jacks and power tubes biased to spec.

Other than this maintenance required to keep it running for the next century the amp remains fully original and a stellar-sounding example of an early CBS-era Vibro-Champ with a strong output and a nice growly sound when cranked! Overall Excellent Condition.