Dating fender bassman head

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A “2” (manufacture in 1952) could mean the speaker was made in 1952 or 1962.

Bill Wyman (born William George Perks Jr., 24 October 1936) is an English musician, record producer, songwriter and singer.Example: If your amp has an ink-stamped code of “GD”, is would have been manufactured April, 1957 Fender had another date code system for early-60’s speakers and amp chassis.If the speaker is a Jensen (most pre-CBS Fenders used either Jenson or Oxford speakers), the code stamped onto the speaker would start with 220 (Jensen’s company code) and then followed by a three digit code.Look for two small letters in rubber-stamped ink but be sure not to confuse the date code with the production number, the model number, or the serial number.The first letter indicates the year of manufacture, starting with “A” = 1951, through to “O” = 1965.

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