Check out this one of a kind handmade creation from the lab at Hunter Amplifiers!
Based off of the familiar Fender Champ, and pumped into a 12" speaker, this amp is a gem! This could easily become a secret weapon for your arsenal!
Info from the builder:
"I think I'll call this one "Чемп". That's the Cyrillic spelling of the Russian word "Chemp", which is the Russian word for Champ. This amp uses two Loctal-style tubes and a USSR military surplus tube. Loctals used in the rectifier and power-tube positions were made for the aviation and automotive industries in the late '30s into the early '50s. They are electrically identical to the traditionally used tubes, but they are a bit more compact, have metal locking bases, and are built to withstand vibration and physical shock. The preamp tube is a Soviet-made 6Н2П (6N2P) from the late 1970s that is actually an improvement on the 12AX7 tube usually used in Champs. It is identical to the latter tube except that it is built for 6.3V filament voltage instead of 12V. All of these tubes are still easy to get and cost about a third as much as the tubes they are filling in for."
The cabinet is Brazilian Pine, speaker is 12" Jensen Mod 12/35w."