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it’s been exactly two years since the last installment in this series.
Before we get into the amp info, let me give you an update on what’s been going on since I’ve been getting a lot of e-mail asking when the results of the research is going to be available.
I will go into the details of the serial number systems in the next article, but needless to say, it makes thing much more difficult for us.
If you would like to contribute information to our research you can do so by e-mail ([email protected]).
I use it at church and it's perfect when kept clean and driven with pedals. the tone control is very useable and the amp breaks up at a reasonable level for the size of it.
very responsive to volume and tone controls on the guitar. after reading reviews and hearing of a lot of issues these have i will be sending it back and getting a(nother) blues jr.You'll be surprised by how loud that little thing is.If you know how to shape your sound before it goes into the amp, with your hands and stomp boxes, you'll appreciate a solid and reliable "loud maker" or, as some call it, a pedal platform.Honestly, I don’t understand why they the bother writing if they don’t want to contribute. Ironically, it’s the mean people who most often ask to see our results – a one-way street, their way! As with vintage Fender guitars, Fender amps (which have lots of bolt-on parts) are being modified to make a less desirable amp (silverface) into s more desirable one (blackface).Thankfully, the nice people far outnumber the mean people and I again want to thank all the nice people for their support and encouragement as well as for the information they provide. Most of this are really easy to spot, but we still have to weed through this "parts amps" to figure out what they are or aren’t (be careful out there! As mentioned in previous installments in this series, the majority of Fender amps are serialized by model and/or chassis type.