TRANSFORMER DATE CODES: The date is in the last three digits, after the 606 – . The first of the three digits tells us the last digit of the year (unfortunately not decade specific) and the last two numbers tell us the week. In the above example, the transformer was made in either 1966 or 1976, week 45.
How do I date my Fender amp?
From 1990 to the present, all fabricated Fender amplifiers have a date code. This is printed on the quality assurance sticker (QA) on the back of the amplifier chassis. On older models, the serial number is punched on the right side of the chassis. More recent models are have a sticker.
How do you date a Fender Twin Reverb amp?
According to Fender, amplifiers produced through 1969 have a sticker near the tubes. This is commonly stamped with a two-letter date code. Check the EIA number. Fender recommends dating unstamped amps by the EIA number on the transformers.
How many watts is a Fender Blues Junior?
15 watts Fender Blues Junior IV All-tube Combo Amplifier Features: 15 watts is ideal for moving from stage to home. Easily portable size.
Will Fender make a tone Master Super Reverb?
The Fender Tone Master Super Reverb amplifier is available now – with a two-button footswitch included – for $1,199. For more info on the amp, head on over to Fender.
Is Blues Jr an amp tube?
The Blues Jr. uses 2 EL84 power tubes to get 15 watts of power. For most uses this is a perfect wattage. The Blues Jr is is a killer amp that provides enough power for most situations.
How do you get a great blues tone?
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Is 20 watts loud enough to gig?
Typically, a 20 watt tube amp should be loud enough for most purposes up to smaller unmiked club gigs, but youll likely want more headroom if you need loud cleans.
Is a 50 watt amp loud enough to gig?
50 watts is way more than you will ever need at anything less than an unmicd LARGE gig, if you are playing with overdrive or distortion.