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Toppscore Twin Reverb AA763, AB763 (blackface) A00100 to A01200 - 1964 A01200 to A04300 - 1965 A04300 to A07000 - 1966 A07000 to A10400 - 1967Twin Reverb AB763, AC568, AA769, AA270 (silverface) A10500 to A11300 - 1967 A10500 to A16500 - 1968 A16500 to A21400 - 1969 A21400 to A25600 - 1970 0100 to 3400 - 1970 A25600 to A37000 - 1971 A37000 to A50500 - 1972 A50500 to A68000 - 1973 A68000 to A99999 - 1974 A81000 to A99999 - 1975 B01000 to B15000 - 1975 B15000 to B68000 - 1976 By entering this site you declare you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.This amp has seen action in every imaginable musical venue and continues its musical legacy today!Everything is beautiful with this head from the verb and tremolo to the blackface aesthetic. I was planning on getting a Marshall 50w head with a 2x12 combo, but I happened to plug into this amp at a guitar store and it changed my mind. The left side channel has a "Bassman" sound and the right side inputs are the main 68 Deluxe Reverb sound.

No rattling, no buzzing, everything works great and the build quality is top notch.

Dating Fender Amps 1951-1967 – Tube chart on the inside of the amp is stamped with two letters (A – Q): The first letter designates the year and the second letter designates the month.

In the end, I knew that a pure tube head was the way to go. If there had been too many tweaks, I wouldn't have gone for it. I noticed people reporting issues with noise coming from the amp and reverb "noise" (or popping) issues.

I can tell you that MY amp has no issues whatsoever. If you are on the fence and can afford it, pull the trigger.

If it is an "AOxxxx", then it may be from 1964-1967.

OR, "AC" may be from a current reissue model from the 2000-2012 production era.

Our 85-watt (at 4 ohms) Vintage Reissue of the 65 Twin Reverb features four 6L6 Groove Tube output tubes, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, two 12AT7 preamp tubes, two 12 8-ohm Jensen C-12K speakers, dual channels (normal and vibrato), Fender reverb, vibrato, two-button reverb and vibrato on-off footswitch, tilt-back legs, black textured vinyl covering and silver grille cloth.

I've compared this amp to a lot of other amps, but can't find one with a clean tone as clear and big as this amp.

465 designating the Oxford EIA code, 2 designating the year 1962, and 17 designating the 17th week of ’62.

Take a look at this ’62 Fender Princeton Amp, and you’ll see that exact speaker, as well as the typical Schumacher transformers (EIA 606) used in Fender amplifiers.

Whether you play rock, jazz, country, or whatever, this is what a clean electric guitar sounds like!

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