Dating my fender amp
Would you like help dating your vintage Fender amplifier?
Use the contact form on the right at the top of the page to send me pictures and a quick description of your amp. I’m looking to buy vintage Fender Deluxe and Deluxe Reverb amps, Fender Bassman amps, Fender Princeton and Princeton Reverb amps, and Fender Vibrolux and Vibrolux Reverb amps, Fender Twin and Twin Reverb amps, Fender Harvard amps, Fender Champ and Vibrochamp amps, Fender Vibroverb amps and more.
Take the following example: In this case, "220" is the Jensen manufacture code.
"07" represents the year (2007), and "46" indicates that it was made in the 46th week of the year.
Unfortunately on some older Jensen speakers, the year is only represented by a single digit (just "7" for example).
Do you have a classic Fender guitar or amplifier for sale?I like to buy vintage amps that are clean and haven’t been beat up too bad.Fender Music Australia offers limited product warranties of varying length for goods purchase from Australian Authorised Fender dealers.on a Bass-Master might indicate that the amp is from 1965 or 1966, before the four-digit serial numbers were used.
The circuit in [that amps] is built on a phenolic turret board instead of the Fender style fibre board used [later.] [...] it appears that Traynor/Yorkville used three digit serial numbers up until 1968.There is an easy way to determine the date of your vintage Jensen speaker.