Sex from reallifecam - Dating a vintage fender amp
The only sure-fire way to date a Fender Bassman is by matching serial schemes.
The warm tube sound was introduced in 1952 when the first Bassman model was designed for Fender Precision Bass guitars.
Shortly thereafter, the Bassman would become the most sought after amplifier for country and rock guitar and bass players.
Bassmans that were manufactured in the 50s and 60s are known to resell in the $10,000 to $15,000 range.
The ability to date a Fender Bassman will often mean the difference between thousands of dollars when shopping for a vintage Bassman. manufactured the first Bassman in the early 50s, it has been replicated many times, making it hard to tell them apart.
Hallo from Germany, first of all please excuse my English...
I'm asking for your help dating the JBL speakers in a vintage Fender Pro Reverb guitar amp. I am not quite sure, if it is in original condition.
The built in speakers are a pair of D120F 092577-A, one of them with a stamped in serial no. Is anyone of you familiar with that and can help me to find out the speakers' date of birth?
The Fender Bassman Amplifier has gained a reputation for being the go-to amp for both electric guitar and bass players.
Up until the end of the blackface era (1967), all amps left the factory with a tube chart that had a two letter date code stamped on it.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating