Dating fender pro reverb
The NOS Blues Junior is a current production, lacquered tweed amp with a Jensen reissue C12N speaker. There’s nothing limited about the edition; they built a bunch and when they ran out, they built another bunch.
Other Variants The Blues Junior chassis has also been used in the Two-Tone, a large amp with a 10-inch and a 12-inch speaker.
I bought it about 2 years ago and the problem's only been happening in the last few weeks.
I've got a set of AA165 schematics and chassis layout from the Fender Field Guide website.
For the last decade or so, a ’67 Super Reverb has been my gigging amp of choice.
But several months back a ’67 blackface Pro Reverb followed me home from a used music store …
One is not necessarily better than the other; the dark tones are nice for blues and jazz, while the new amps do brighter tones better.I’m a Fender guy through and through, my first amp was a Brown Deluxe, and my first workhorse gigging amp was a silver-face Twin Reverb; with the JBL D130F speakers, the thing actually weighed more than I did at age 15!Since then I have played a plethora of vintage tweed, brown, blackface, and silverface fenders.Fender introduced the Blues Junior in 1995, and has revised and updated it periodically since then.Blues Junior history can be divided into two major categories: the early amps with green circuit boards and the later ones with cream-colored boards.
Position of the ground switch doesn't seem to make any difference.