Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)

Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)

Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)
Up for sale is this vintage Fender Princeton non-reverb, which is a good example of the transitional "drip edge/black line" model found in limited numbers during the late 60s. These models are highly sought after as they contain the same circuitry as its black face predecessor, as well as many unique cosmetic markings, which are only found during this transitional period. This particular Princeton Non-Reverb features the following. · Drip Edge the aluminum trim framing around the grill cloth. · Black Line - Note the thin vertical black lines on the faceplate This denotes a Princeton Amp which retains the same circuitry as its Blackface predecessor. · Tail-less logo - this logo was used on a limited number of Fender Amps during the above-mentioned transition period. These logos can be distinguished from later tail-less logos (post 1973) by their smaller size, plastic composition, and no serial number on the back. · Vertical blue stripes added to the grill cloth Grill cloth. Additionally, this is the Non-reverb model which is known for having cleaner headroom, as the lack of the reverb effect introduces less gain into the circuit, allowing the amp to be clearer and punchier, with a sound that has sparkle and chime indicative of the Blackface line and perfect for recording situations. · Serial # A 10601. · Ink stamp on inside of Chassis: T89 1268. · Black Transformer: 290 AX JS1867 - 3711 (see pictures). · Gold Transformer: 8316720 May 1967 made by Better Coil & Transformer. · The visible codes on the original CTS pots date to the 42nd week of 66. · The Speaker is a CTS with a code of 137 7220. The condition of this rare Non-Reverb model can be seen throughout the pictures, and it is in excellent working order. It has recently been serviced by local technician referred by Guitar Emporium in Louisville KY.

Note: I have researched this amp as thoroughly as possible and have described it as accurately as possible. I will pack the amp as safe as possible and will use thick cardboard with foam & bubble wrap to ensure that it arrives to you safely.

The item "Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)" is in sale since Tuesday, March 16, 2021. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Guitar Amplifiers". The seller is "kelldoug123" and is located in Louisville, Kentucky. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Vintage 1968 Fender Princeton AA964 Drip Edge/Black Line Tube Amp (Non Reverb)


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