1963 Fender Princeton Amp + 1974 Gibson ES-335, clean first, Amp-Tremolo on later, Okko Diabo Overdrive later, Lovepedal Echobaby.
Mercury Magnetics Power and Output Transformers will improve the tone of your Tweed Champ with a better low end, higher dynamics, more sustain but still with a great vintage style tone.
This is a Vintage Marshall BluesBreaker replica pedal project. All trademarks mentioned here belong to their owners and not to General Guitar Gadgets. This is the circuit for the original black unit from the 1980’s, not any of the later (thought to be inferior) versions.
The Weber Speakers 5F1 Amp Kit is based on the legendary Fender Tweed Champ® of the late 50s, hundreds of great solos were recorded through these great little tube amps, most likely because Champs distort so nicely when cranked up to 12…
Early 60s Brown Princeton and Deluxe amps, Nash Tele w/ Cavalier pickups Nocaster bridge and Lion King neck. Brass saddles from Advanced Plating (Nashville, TN). Edwards Les Paul w/ Manlius 59LT pickups and tailpiece from Advanced Plating (Nashville, TN).
The Fender Tweed Bandmaster is a dream amp for any blues guitar player, Dean Horler at Lucas Miles is building some wonderfully faithful replicas of the much coveted and extremely scarce Fender Bandmaster amps circa 1957. Dean is using 3 x Jenssen P10R speakers; Handwired PTP wiring; Mercury Magnetics Output Transformer; Carbon Comp resistors througout; Sprague Atom Filter caps; Synergy Royal Blue coupling/tone caps; Radiata 19mm Pine cabinet with finger joints and authentic woven tweed cloth, shellac’d and relic’d. And it sounds amazing at a neighbour friendly volume (~30W).