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His info (rightly without details of the amps' owners) still represents about a sixth of my database.As of November 2017 I've got info on over 1800 amps.I run a couple of websites making the schematics for these amps easily accessible.As people download them, I'm hoping they'll respond to my request that they send me their amp's serial number for this project, and many do.However the dates for these batches are certain to be later than the batch shown immediately above, or earlier than the batch shown below.If you've got an amp in this category and can supply any of those codes as well as the serial number, I would Also, things got a little crazy during Fender's last few months in the Fullerton factory, and when the management buyout was complete (March 1985) they had some parts but no factory.latest updates; small changes to a few amp batches dates, Dec 2015, Feb 2016, July 2016, Sep 2016, March 2017 small changes to 4 amp batches, Nov 2015 typos found, two edits, thanks Ben H, June 20 info updated, totals unchanged Oct 2014 really nifty table design Aug 2014 small data and totals updates Jan 2014 (info updated In 2002 I acquired a Princeton Reverb II. Fender don't part with that kind of information*, so as part of the website I developed for this amp's care and feeding, I put out a call for serial numbers.
In addition Greg Gagliano sent me the Rivera-era-relevant numbers from his huge research info, for which, along with his friendly encouragement over several years, I thank him.
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I'm guessing amp-owners like to know when their amp was made, if it's old-ish.
I would have to collect data for ALL the amp types, just to work out how many were made of mine.
Then I became aware of the amazing work Greg Gagliano had been doing since the 1990s - the summary of his latest results are here - and that his research didn't take in the Rivera-era, or anything later. However for this range of amps at least, I reckon it's not just a policy of withholding company-confidential information. It's no criticism of Fender to suggest that they were too busy making great amps to keep records just so some amateur could use them thirty years later.