Are you looking for an amp for your Guitar and deciding between Frontman 10G vs Champion 20? In this post, I’ve listed out the differences between these two amps, so that it will become easy for you to compare both and select the one for your requirement.
|Feature||Frontman 10G||Champion 20|
|Power Output||10W RMS into 4Ω||20W RMS into 8Ω @ 5%THD|
|Height||11.5 in (29.2 cm)||12.75 in (32.5 cm)|
|Width||10.5 in (26.7 cm)||13.75 in (35 cm)|
|Depth||5.75 in (14.6 cm)||7.5 in (19 cm)|
|Weight||8.5 lb (3.9 kg)||12 lb (5.4 kg)|
Reasons to go with Frontman 10G
- Cheaper than Champion 20
- It is basically a starter amp, so it is best for beginners to test the waters first before you make a big switch
- It is best if you are looking for an occasional practice at your home
- Though not loaded with many features, it sounds great and gets the job done
- less weight and easy to carry
Reasons to go with Champion 20
- You can change Voice types. Available voice types in built-in to the amp are: Tweed Bassman, Tweed Delux, Tweed Champ, ’65 Twin-Amp, ’65 Delux, ’65 Princeton, 60s British, 70s British, 80s British, Super-Sonic, 90s Metal, 2000 Metal.
- You have an option called as FX SELECT, where you can select different kinds of amplifier effects. Available amplifier effects in this amp are: Reverb + Chorus, Reverb Hall, Reverb Spring, Chorus Fast Sweep, Chorus Deep Sweep, Flange, Delay Slapback, Delay long, Delay + Reverb, Touch Wah, Vibrato, Tremolo.
- You can also adjust level of these effects using FX LEVEL
- You also get a TAP button to tap in custom delay time or modulation rate
- It doesn’t come with a foot switch, making it more ideal for beginners