How can I put this in terms you can understand? Oh, ok- I got this. You're chillin' on a Friday night and the missus is away on one of those house parties the hens throw, just to gank your banking account for "unnecessary things" you think to yourself. She explains that it's for household goods, but just maybe, the goods are the proclivities these women giggle about while they draw numbers and cylinder-shaped things pop out.
You're bored at home alone the ("when the cat's away thing") and your boys just can't ride with pistols in the air with your system cranked up and that's when it hits ya- It's not 1989 anymore.
What proclivities do we enjoy more than throwing dollar bills onstage like you're at a rave to a girl named Mercedes and not go to jail? Why watching an action flick naturally. Tonight's plot revolves around King Leonidas (Gerard Butler), who leads 300 Spartans into battle against the Persian "god-king" Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro) and his invading army of more than 300,000 soldiers.
King Leonidas: "You bring the crowns and heads of conquered kings to my city steps. You insult my queen. You threaten my people with slavery and death! Oh, I've chosen my words carefully, Persian. Perhaps you should have done the same." As you recall, that was when the messenger got the boot to the chest only to be reunited with "Earth and Water".
That brings me to this Champ 12. Yep, like "300", only 300 were made in this color. This amp (in a parallel universe, of course) is the same as King Leonidas. Powerful and ballsy are the adjectives that describe the tone of this amp, not to mention the company that made it. Fender wasn't known for amps that would make blood run from your eyes and they were missing a huge chunk of market shares. This amp has fat, tone to the bone and is a Marshall killa'. No apologies needed with this amp, just plug and play. The Champ 12 was produced between 1987 and 1992. It is a 12-watt, 1x12 combo with a single 6L6 power tube and a pair of 7025 preamp tubes. It is a small, powerful, American voiced amp, with a distortion channel, built-in reverb, and a push/pull mid-range boost in "Kill' em Dead" red.
"Spartans! Ready your breakfast and eat hearty, for tonight, we dine in hell!" That's what your boys will think when that sick tone oozes from this from this red-faced killa'. When a thousand arrows come for you that blot out the sun, cranks this up, punk them and they run."