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For dimensions and technical specifications, click number 125C1A & 022699. Vacuum impregnated with polyurethane varnish for quiet and long life operation.

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The tweed amps depicted below are very desirable for their tone. The alnico magnet was designated by a “P” in the speaker code; thus, a P12R is a 12” alnico speaker rated “R” as to its output capability.

“N” was the highest-rated guitar amp speaker for 10” and above; “R” the lowest.

Other than the tweeds, where I am missing some of the high-end models, I believe you will find here a fairly good representation of Fender amp models in the brown, white and blackface eras. Back in the day, tweed was considered a pretty durable material.

Tweed was the covering of choice for Fender amps from the late ‘40s through 1960.

If you see your amp here and some of the information is missing feel to email me with the missing information.

For examples of amps represented in this data base click here Marshall Pictorial Page Click on Model number for a link to the actual amp. *1 This amp has either the wrong ohms selector(factory leftover or replaced)or output transformer in it. *8 JTM Reverse Logo font and letter arrangement but w/o Logo.

Note: Not for Hot Rod Deville 212, Blues Deville 212, or Blues Deluxe 212. the distinctive headstock designs and the distinctive body designs of the Stratocaster, Telecaster, J. Bass and Tele Bass are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Co.The ratings were lower still (T, U, V, etc.) for 6”, 8”, PA and other small or light-use speakers.In the early ‘60s, Jensen changed to more rugged ceramic magnet speakers.The Deluxe was pretty loud for a small amp, but it wasn’t as loud as the Bandmaster our lead player used.I eventually traded it in for a used blackface Showman with a 15” JBL.

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