Thank God. OK then...Thanks for the clarification. Now my sphincter can relax.
You can wear that one around your neck with a shoelace. Kinda like 5 watts of bling.
HAHAHAHAHA!!!! That's friggin hilarious!! Maybe I can say I'm the guitar-playing disciple of Flava-Flav.... But yeah, I think i'm just going to stuff it in my backpack or say it's a flashy new briefcase. That and I figured it would be kind of ridiculous to order an Anvil ATA case for an amp that's smaller than a soprano ukulele (though with some 1/2" plywood, aluminum angle iron, link locks, and some heavy duty corners I could make one and top it off with some truck bed liner... hmm... or use that money to buy another champ... or food).
So, for those who looked at this thread for advice, this is what I can summarize as the options for taking a small amp on a plane:
1) Check out carry-on policies for your airline for exceptions if you need more than one carry-on or put it in your backpack if it fits.
2) Ship it to your destination.
3) Get an industrial strength suitcase and line it with anything shock absorbing in order to put it in with checked luggage.
4) ATA case... maybe if it's a Princeton or bigger and worth more than the case itself.
5) Buy a Kustom Dart, Vox DA5, Fender Sidekick, or something small and inexpensive wherever you land (not really a solution but who doesn't like getting new stuff?).