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Remember, your amp is newer than the newest component.For example, if you find pots from late ‘64 and transformers from early ’65, you can be pretty sure your amp is a 1965.There are some exceptions and some overlap, but the general idea is this: Tweeds (early 50’s to very early 60s), Browns (1960 – 1962), Blondes (1962 – 1963), Blackface (1963 – 1967), and Silverface (1967 – 1981).Up until the end of the blackface era (1967), all amps left the factory with a tube chart that had a two letter date code stamped on it.

No documentation, or comment from the manufacturer has resolved the question of which plant produced them.

Now if it’s a blackface amp, it’s a safe bet that 6 means 1966. This code can be found on the power transformer, output transformer, choke, and reverb transformer.

They are all usually within a few months of each other.

If your tweed champ is stamped HH, it was made in 1958/August.

A – 1951 A – January B – 1952 B – February C – 1953 C – March D – 1954 D – April E – 1955 E – May F – 1956 F – June G – 1957 G – July H – 1958 H – August I – 1959 I – September J – 1960 J – October K – 1961 K – November L – 1962 L – December M – 1963 N – 1964 O – 1965 P – 1966 Q – 1967 Another way to get a close estimate of when your amp was made is to read the codes on the transformers.

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