Dating fender bassman 60 dating both mother and daughter
Some of the most collectible vintage Martin flat tops include the Dreadnoughts from the 1930s, but any 12 or 14-fret steel-string models from the mid-1920s until the mid-1940s will bring a good price.The best part about collecting Martin guitars is that the company has made it so easy—vintage Martin guitars from 1898 to the present are easy to date because each instrument has an individual serial number. Gretsch competed with both companies via its line of Synchromatics, which had a cat’s-eye sound hole (Gibson and others went with more traditional f-holes).After reading Teagle and Sprung's excellent Fender amp book, I took them up on their challenge that maybe someday someone will compile enough serial numbers so that Fender amps can be dated that way. I contacted several Fenders collectors and dealers who were kind enough to supply me with data.
My preference for feel and sound right now is the Tele. What can you tell me about it.[/b]Unfortunately, the Jag and Samick jazz box were trade bait so I could purchase a Mustang bass for an upcoming oldies group project.
Bias: Fixed, adjustment pot (AB763) or balance pot (all others) Rectifier: 5U4GB , Some later production models seem to have come without the 5U4 rectifier and had solid state rectification instead.
Comments: Fender added int he Master Volume control with pull-knob Boost in 1975.
In the fall of 1965, Fender switched from stamping these numbers in black ink, to dark green ink.
I have a black Squier II Strat E974674 made in Korea with a maple neck made by Young Chang in 1989, a maple neck Tele Affinity CY07124821 made by Yako (Taiwan) in 2007, and a Jagmaster CY07068454 also made by Yako in 2007.