The Code on the tube chart of your Fender Amp is made up of two letters. The First letter equates to the Year and the Second letter to the Month. Reissue amps also use stamped Date Codes. Examples of "Hand Stamped" Date Codes. The source-date code on a pot is a 6 or 7 digit code impressed into the casing of the potentiometer.
Bass Cabinets: On Speaker Sizes and Pairing Them Up
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Tell me about these 70's Fender speakers (CTS square magnets)
Photo by Mark Seton. Q: I read the blog of a musician explaining that combining bass cabinets based on speaker size makes a big difference in sound. He also said that combining two cabinets is better than combining a with a I was under the impression that a cab combined with a cab was a great combination, and because I have this combination, I was taken aback when I read this.
I pulled this information from Google's cache of the site. If anyone feels this page should be taken down, please feel free to contact me. Ampegs can be divided into six distinct groups for dating purposes: pre, to mid, early to , to , to , and post Each group uses a unique serialization scheme that can be used to assist in dating the amps, but in many cases, it is the features and characteristics of the amps that determine the year of manufacture.