Here’s a vintage 1964 Fender Princeton Reverb -Amp AA764 electric guitar amplifier. This particular pre-CBS sans-logo example, serial A00281, is in near mint original condition and includes; the original footswitch and the original Victoria vinyl cover! This incredibly pristine late-’64 example features all first-year characteristics, such as, the “Fender Elect. Instr. Co.” face plate and lack of raised logo on the grill, and is a very rare pre-CBS example.
Serial Number: A00281
Transformer Codes: -606250, -606-4-39, -606-4-45
Tube Chart: NL (December 1964)
Speaker Code: 465-442 (Oxford)
This ’64 Fender Princeton Reverb feautres: (1) original Amperex GZ34 rectifier tube, (2) original RCA 6V6 power tubes (circa late-’63), (1) RCA 12AT7, (1) RCA 12AX7, (1) Mullard 12AX7 and (1) Philips 12AT7 (all original) tubes through the original 1 x 10″ Oxford 10J4-3 speaker.
As stated, this amp is in near mint condition, and aside from a few replaced caps and an updated 3 prong power cable, this amp is 100% original. The speaker, transformers, and the tubes are all original. Enthusiasts, collectors, and players alike will find this example quite attractive. It is a great sounding amp, and will always remain a choice investment.
This very early example features a late-’62 choke, a rare early-variety Fender cover with the logo on the left side, and is the 281st Princeton Reverb ever made.1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, no-logo, no logo