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Truly, there are very few Fender tube amplifiers that aren’t treasures. Fjestad Zachary is the author of the Blue Book of Acoustic Guitars, Blue Book of Electric Guitars, and the Blue Book of Guitar Amplifiers.Questions can be submitted to: Blue Book Publications Attn: Guitar Trash or Treasure 8009 34th Ave. It’s possible that this amp sat in inventory for eight years, but I would suspect they used it as a rental or someone traded it in after seldom playing it.Realistically, if the price was right and the amp looked new when you bought it, does it really matter when it was built?I still don’t play, so I’d like to sell them, and I’m curious as to exactly what I have and how much they are worth. Jim in Forest Lake, MN Hey Jim, I’m sorry to hear about your dad passing.It’s a shame neither of you kept up with guitar playing. We’ll discuss the Fender Princeton Reverb this month and the Gibson ES-175D next.Both of these pieces were in our office, so I was able to inspect them personally.
I don’t want to say that you were fooled into buying a new guitar amplifier in 1980, when it’s actually a 1972, because I don’t know all of the circumstances.Aside from a burned out pilot light and one scratchy potentiometer in the tone circuit, this amp played and sounded just as it should.It appears to be in near mint condition with alloriginal components, including the speaker.On the tube block, I found another number, A 24354 stamped on the side. Fender stopped putting Date Codes on the Tube Chart in 1970, so that number is meaningless so far as dating the amp is concerned. It has the old RCA hook-ups for the pedals, and internally, its in great shape. The other number A24354 you found is a serial number and falls into the serial numbers for a 1970 Silverface Princeton Reverb - A24000 to A25000 = 1970.