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First, it will be useful to you to understand the following five terms in order to choose the correct chart for dating your amp: refers to the two-tone woven fabric that covered many early amplifiers.On early amps, this material was varnished to make it a more durable covering.In the table below, for example, a “CE” date code indicates a production date of May 1992.
All Fender amplifiers manufactured from 1990 to the present include a date code, printed on the quality assurance (QA) sticker on the back of the amp chassis.
If four digits are present, the first two digits refer to the year (i.e., a “66” would mean 1966).
The last two digits refer to the week of the year (i.e., a “26” would mean the 26th week or, roughly, June).
In the table below, for example, a “JE” date code indicates a production date of May 1960.
In general, Fender amps that don’t have rubber-stamped tube sticker date codes have EIA numbers on their transformers that might enable determination of the production date.
It’s unknown if the tweed covering was a mistake (“Oops, I thought this was a 4x10 Bassman cabinet that I was covering”) or intentional, perhaps as a special order.