Hi there, I got lucky and scored a mint Fender Super Champ (1984) at a pawnshop auction today. My winning bid was 400 dollars, but since all music gear where I live is about 30 percent more expensive than in the US, I might have done an even better bargain. I got the orginal footswitch too. This is my new amp Anyway, so I'm doing my homework all over the Internet. I'm familiar with its reputation, the history of Paul Rivera at Fender and so forth - but very little about do's and don'ts, how to get the best sound out of it and so forth. I'm home with a 1,5-year-old daughter (sleeping) so I have neither been able to crank it or to really check out the lead channel etc. The reverb sounds fantastic - I imagine even better than my '71 SF Vibrolux - in the way that it gets deep without muddying up. At low volume the amp seems to lack a bit of bass - I get a better "sound balance" (treble, mids, bass) at low volumes when using my solid state home practise amp (Tech 21 Trademark 10). This is what it looks like inside: So, after googling TGP I've realized there's a few others who have Super Champs. I'm basically just interested in tips and advice on what to do and how to get the most out of this cute little amp. Really neat and handy! I've understood that a 2*12 cabinet really makes the amp bloom. But for now I'm interested in getting the most out of it as a combo. I've read some of you has changed the 10" speaker. I suppose mine is the regular one, not the Electro Voice upgrade available at the time. The sound I'm looking for is vintage soul/pop/rock/country. Not metal, alternative or heavy 70s rock. I enjoy a bit of break-up but mostly prefer to use clean sounds. Thanks for reading - and please chime in if you've got some advice! Cheers/Carl PS. For those interested the serial no is F411913. The speaker says 064121 67.8406 DS.