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TUBE SHIELD, BAYONET "PUSH AND TWIST" TYPE, ALUMINUM, 1 15/16" TALL, SET OF 6. TUBE RETAINER WITH GRIP TEETH, DESIGNED FOR OCTAL TUBES WITH PHENOLIC BASE SUCH AS 6L6 OR EL34. Perfect for Vibrolux Reverb, Vibroverb, Super Reverb, Deluxe Reverb, Pro Reverb, Bassman, Bandmaster Reverb, Tremolux, etc. The kits are assembled from premium capacitors made by F&T of Germany (filter capacitors) and Illinois Capacitor (cathode bypass capacitors). Set of 6 rings - will equip either 2 or 3 tubes, depending on the number of rings you choose for each tube. Princeton and Princeton Reverb do not need the resistors. Fender Electrolytic Capacitor Kits Fender capacitor kits contain all of the main filter, decoupling filter, bias filter and preamp cathode bypass electrolytic capacitors for most amps from the blackface and silverface eras. Besides, no article in the Dating Fender Amps by Serial Number series would be complete without some interesting information, n’est ce pas? I promise the tables will still be there after you finish reading.We combined all of our information into a computerized database for this project and for the past 18 months have been slowly (sadly, very slowly) gathering information that we collect ourselves as well as from other people. What we need is the following: 1) Model name 2) Model number on the tube chart 3) Date code letters on the tube chart 4) Speaker codes (if speaker is original) 5) Transformer codes (if the amp doesn't have date codes on the tube chart) 6) Cosmetic features (flat/raised logo, tweed/tolex, blackface/silverface, rough/ smooth blond tolex, white/skirted knobs, TV-front/wide-panel, etc.) One very interesting and very important factoid has surfaced regarding the date code letters on the tube chart.In the fall of 1965, Fender switched from stamping these numbers in black ink, to dark green ink.Since several models can share one chassis type (for example, the early brown 5G7 Bandmaster, 5G5 Pro and 5G12 Concert), this kind of interpretation is inaccurate.
and Canadian English) or (thermionic) valve (outside North America) is a device generally used to amplify, or otherwise modify, a signal by controlling the movement of electrons in an evacuated space.
Greg and Devin's experience meshed well with mine since I'm essentially the blackface/silverface amp guy (amps made between 19) in the group.
Additionally, Greg and Devin also had data that they had been collecting from Fender amps for years. Everything is confidential, we don't make record of who owns what amp in the database.
However, tubes are still used in several specialized applications such as guitar amplifiers (also called a valve amp outside the U.
S.) and high power RF transmitters, as a display device in television sets and in microwave ovens.