Welcome to Amp Archives, a photographic archive of audio amplifiers for reference. You can search as well as browse the archives using the main navigation menu. Amp Archives is currently undergoing a major overhaul, submissions are not yet available, your patience is appreciated.
Fender Tube amp codes: - look for a 2 letter code stamped on the tube chart inside the back of the amp - the first letter is the year, and the second letter is the month. An amp stamped NA would have been made in Jan. Here is a list of the first letter showing the year of manufacture.
Whether you inherited your instrument or bought it at a swap meet, you're probably curious about its provenance. Most gear has a serial number, either printed on a label inside it or stamped into the headstock or neck plate. Use our dating guides below to figure out when your instrument was made and where it came from. If you don't see the brand you're looking for, let us know what you're looking for in the comments at the bottom.
By carlcMarch 13, in Gibson Amplifiers. I'm new to the forum and am looking for help in getting a model and specifications for a Gibson amp I recently picked up. I believe it is from the early '70s.
The numbers are usually stamped or. F O Ns for the amplifiers usually consisted of the batch number, a letter for vintage year and the. Ina four digit F O N was used, but not in conjunction with any.
Gibson amplifiers have become known amongst guitarists for their warm, consistent sound and reliability. While you may be willing to pay a high price for a vintage Gibson amp, you should always verify the date of the amp to avoid being ripped off. By verifying the date of manufacture of the Gibson amp you want to buy, you will be able to breath easy that you are getting an authentic amp for the right price.
Recently picked up what I am told is a Gibson amp, serial number on it is ?? Original Jenson speaker number is which would indicate aug so likely ties in Love the sound of the amp, the trem is awesome.