From 1990 to the present, all fabricated Fender amplifiers have a date code. This is printed on the quality assurance sticker (QA) on the back of the amplifier chassis. On older models, the serial number is punched on the right side of the chassis. More recent models are have a sticker.
How do you date a vintage Fender amp?
All Fender amplifiers manufactured from 1990 – present include a date code printed on the quality assurance (QA) sticker on the back of the amp chassis, and are dated the by the first letter as the year and the second letter as the month.
How do you check if a fender is real?
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How old is my Fender Twin Reverb?
Look at your nameplate. If your Twin Reverb has a black nameplate on the front, it was manufactured during Fenders Blackface era, which was from 1963 to 1967. If your amp has a silver nameplate with blue labels, it was built during Fenders Silverface era, which began 1968.
How do I tell how old my fender is?
The only way to try to find the date is to remove the neck from the body. If the year is unreadable, it can also be written on the body under the pickguard or in the cavity in which the pickups are. With Fenders from before 1955 you cannot use the serial numbers to determine the exact year of construction.