Fender Champion 110 Solid State Amp
It's a little solid-state amp. Two channels (clean/dirty), with reverb and three-band EQ. It has headphone, speaker, and footswitch plugins. It sounds pretty good, but not as good as a tube amp ;-).
I always thought it would be cool to build a channel switch for my amp, so evenutally I decided it probably wouldn't be too hard, so I got instructions on how to do it from the web! And it worked :-D.
Instructions on how to make your own Fender footswitch (for a two-channel amp):
Oh, yeah... remember to put the whole thing in a box! I built mine for about $11 canadian, which is a lot better than the $40 canadian that you'd pay to buy a Fender one!
- Buy an SPST switch (the kind you press with your foot), and a mono output jack
- Solder one of the leads on the jack to one of the leads on the switch
- Solder the other lead on the jack to the other lead on the switch
- Plug your footswitch into your amp with a mono guitar cable, and enjoy!