This is a vintage 1962 Fender Princeton -Amp 6G2 electric guitar amplifier. This absolutely pristine “Brownface” variant, serial number P01922, is in like-new 100% all original condition and includes the original Victoria canvas protective cover! Untouched and perfectly preserved, this amp resembles that of one found in the 1962 Fender catalog. With no visible wear whatsoever, this amp is the same today as when it left Parlier’s in Bakersfield, as denoted by the original dealer’s plaque found on top of the cabinet!
Serial Number: P01922
Tube Chart Stamp: LA (January, 1962)
Speaker Date Code: 465-133 (Oxford, mid-’61) Transformer Codes: 606204, 606207
As mentioned, this amp is in excellent 100% all original condition! The speaker, transformers, tubes, and every other component and part is original in this amp, including; all Sylvania, RCA, GE, and Tung Sol tubes, all capacitors, the hardware, and even the 2-prong bakelite power cable. Astoundingly, the often frayed and fatigued leather handle is in immaculate shape.
Yep, the amp works perfectly and sounds great: it is loud, efficient, clean, warm, etc: everything you would expect from a great Brown Princeton. Oh, and for those of you who know, this amp sounds 20x better than an early ‘64 Blackface model by the same name. This is the one. The original speaker is nice and tight, and does not exhibit even the slightest symptoms of fatigue.