Early Production Number (#20) 1964 Princeton Amp “Tuxedo” (Black Panel with White Knobs) Blackface 6G2 12w 1 x 10″ Combo Amp – Stock Iron and Speaker – Stock caps, resistors, etc.
The photos should illustrate: There are some small tarnish spots on the top if the amp in the tolex. The black panel face has some small blemishes from age.
Amp is in incredible condition. Functions flawlessly. All original iron and speaker. Thorough documentation in the photos above.
Input Transformer – 125P1A – 606337 = 1963
Output Transformer – 125A10B – 606349 = 1963
Speaker Code – 137-348 = CTS / 1963
Fender Box Stamp – 0664 = 1964
Chassis Serial Number – P07520
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