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The next time you get into a Fender Bassman discussion you should narrow down exact which era, model and circuit you’re discussing. The tube charts are not very useful for determining the circuit model.
A lof of blackface Bassman amps with AA864 tube charts are actually AA165’s, and a lot of AA165 charts are glued into AB165 amps.
All-original except grounded plug (original gray cord included). Big brother of the tweed Harvard model, one of the most recorded amps in history. Here we have a vintage 1964 Ampeg M-15 "Big M" combo amp.
In excellent condition with the original footswitch, loaded with the original Jensen C15N, dating to the 36th week of 1963. Here we have a 1964 Fender Bandmaster head and matching 2x12" cabinet.
Here we have a vintage 1951 Fender TV-front tweed Deluxe amplifier, an early piece of Fender history.
Serial number 3648, original Jensen P12R alnico magnet speaker, just reconed.
The Fender musical revolution started before the birth of rock music, just after the end of WW2.
Since his early teens Leo Fender had an interest in electronics, and when he grew up, Leo made a career for himself fixing and building PA systems for musicians, opening his own shop in California.
This one has that high power twin tone like Keith's.
Some manufacturers also attached other letters to the end of the date code to indicate day of the week, work shift, serial number, lot number, etc.
The EIA only specifies manufacturer and year/week code.
Production years 1964 -1967 “blackface” circuits AA864, AA165, AB165 1967 -1977 “silverface” circuits AA165, AB165, AA270, AA371, AA568, AC568, AA864 Tube layout AA864 Tube layout (Seen from behind, V1 is to the right side): V1 12ax7 = Preamp bass channel V2 12ax7 = 2’nd gain stage bass channel (and normal channel for AB165) V3 12ax7 = Preamp normal channel V4 12at7 = Phase inverter V5 6L6 = Power tube #1 V6 6L6 = Power tube #2 Summary The Fender Bassman is a legendary guitar amp known to both guitar and bass players.
It was introduced in 1951, primarily targeted for bass guitar players and promoted as a bass amp for the Fender Precision Bass guitar, the first mass-produced electric bass guitar ever.