Dating fender amps by serial number part vi

11-May-2019 20:49

Tolex is the flexible and waterproof vinyl material with which the cabinet or amplifier is covered.

These 'adjustments' do not have to have an adverse effect on quality, provided that the electronic components have been replaced with the correct values and requirements.

The first Marshall amps were made in England starting in 1962.

The number you provided means nothing in dating Fender amps.

In order to date your Fender amp I will need to know one of the below; * 2 letter date code on the Tube Chart, * 2 letter date code on the QA Sticker, or * The Trnasformer Number starting with "606-" followed by 3 or 4 additional number and insert the dash (-) marks as they separate the month from the year of manufacture.kcbuck Laugh: You didn't read the whole post now did you...

Look for a 2-Letter Date Code (hand written or rubber stamped on the Tube Chart or on QA Sticker.

Starting in July 1969, Marshall starting using official serial codes.

They were initially broken down into three parts: the model code, the serial production number and the date code.

The number you provided means nothing in dating Fender amps.In order to date your Fender amp I will need to know one of the below; * 2 letter date code on the Tube Chart, * 2 letter date code on the QA Sticker, or * The Trnasformer Number starting with "606-" followed by 3 or 4 additional number and insert the dash (-) marks as they separate the month from the year of manufacture.kcbuck Laugh: You didn't read the whole post now did you...Look for a 2-Letter Date Code (hand written or rubber stamped on the Tube Chart or on QA Sticker.Starting in July 1969, Marshall starting using official serial codes.They were initially broken down into three parts: the model code, the serial production number and the date code.This is printed on the quality assurance sticker (QA) on the back of the amplifier chassis.