Here’s a vintage 1970 Fender Deluxe Reverb AB763 electric guitar amplifier. This particular early Silverface example, serial number A32942, is in mint 100% all original condition, and includes; the original silver VIB/REV footswitch, the original instruction manual, the original schematic sheet, the original paperwork envelope, a non-original custom-fit vinyl cover, and even the original caution stickers on the upper back panel! Famous for ushering in the SilverFace aesthetic with the identical schematic of the highly coveted AB763, this rare variety is one of best bang-for-your-buck vintage amplifiers available. Not to mention, this particular all original example happens to sound just as good as any BlackFace Deluxe Reverb we’ve had and heard in years. This amp truly is special, so if you’ve been searching for an amp with built in magic, this amp comes highly recommended. Perhaps one of the earliest non-driprail Fender Deluxe Reverbs, this amp does contain all drip rail era components from 1968 and 1969, and appears to have been completed very early in 1970. A historically interesting example, as well as, being incredibly well-preserved, this is a fantastic vintage Fender amp, completely perfect for a studio application or at home use.
Serial Number: A32942
Transformer Codes: 606828, –606830, -606-9-03, , -606-0-05
Speaker Date Code: 465-908 (Oxford 12T8-10)
This particular variety is an extremely early Silverface amplifier boasting a pre-CBS designed AB763 schematic. In fact, the only differences between this amp and the more desirable blackface era are: plastic wiring instead of cloth, and slightly different caps still with the same values as earlier designs.
This ’70 Fender Deluxe Reverb features: (1) GZ34, (2) 6V6, (3) 7025, (2) 12AT7, and (1) 12AX7 entirely original matching RCA tubes, through an original 1 x 12″ Oxford Special Design Speaker.