This is a vintage 100% ALL ORIGINAL 1964 Fender “White Knob” Princeton-Amp 6G2 guitar amplifier. This “Fender Elect. Inst. Co.” example is in all original mint condition and retains; original caps, original tubes and the original power chord. While not the most popular amp, this Reverb-less Princeton was made prior to the model being offered with the effect. This pre-CBS Fender Princeton is the epitome of a great practice/recording amp: simple, small and sweet.
Serial Number: P07426
Transformer Codes: 606337, 606349
Tube Chart Date Code: NB (February 1964)
Speaker Code: 137 351 (CTS)
Assembly Line/Inspection Stamp: AE 0764
The 6G2 Princeton utilizes: (1) 5Y3, (2) 6V6, (1) 7025, and (1) 12AX7 tubes (all of which are original) through an original 1 x 10″ CTS speaker.
As briefly mentioned, this amp is great for in-home practice, recording and light rehearsals. It is definitely loud and efficient with surprisingly prominent head-room, but it is low wattage enough to enjoy at high volume levels. The vibrato is fantastic and seems to be more dynamic than your typical Fender amp with vibrato: as the sine wave is more pronounced than usual which creates a very bold and striking effect.
The amp is in pristine all original condition with no flaws whatsoever. The black tolex and “no-logo” grill are essentially in mint condition. Even the black face plate only exhibits a couple small hair-like scratches that can only be seen through a macro lens of a camera.
Super clean, super cute, and just all-around super, this is a great vintage amp for not much money that represents a lot of value!