Dating fender tube amps by serial number
14W 1x10" Guitar Combo with Tremolo Speaker: 10" Inputs: 3 Channels: 1 Volume Controls: 1 Tone Controls on Each Channel: 1 Tremolo: Depth, frequency Tubes: 5 (2x12AX7, 2x6V6, 5Y3 or Pre (1x7025), Pow (1x6V6 PAIR 5Y3)) Extension Speaker Jack: No Monitor Jack: No Watts Output: 14 Shipping Totals: 1959: 1092, 1960: 949, 1961: 114 Harmony Central Review GA16T Maestro Viscount Combo Schematic with 2x12AX7, 2x6V6, 1x5Y3 Push-pull 6V6s; like a 6G2 Fender Princeton; Viscount has basic Gibson tremolo oscillator (Miles O'Neal's web-site; May 30, 2003) Rate the GA-16T Viscount... Like the Fender tweeds it is easiest to use the guitar volume to to control the degree of overdrive. GA-19RVT Falcon] amp (see fourth through eighth pic).
1x10" Guitar Combo with Reverb and Tremolo Speakers: 1x10" Inputs: 2 Channels: 1 Volume Controls: 1 Tone Controls on Each Channel: None Tremolo: Frequency Reverb: Yes Tubes: 6 (2x6EU7, 12AX7, 2x6AQ5, 6CA4 (correspond to Epiphone EA-33RVT Galaxie) or Pre (2x6EU7, 1x7025), Pow (1x6AQ5 PAIR 6CA4)) Diodes: 0 Extension Speaker Jack: No Monitor Jack: No Watts Output: Shipping Totals: 1963: 527, 1964: 1681, 1965: 1746, 1966: 18, 1967: 1 Harmony Central Review GA17RVT Harmony Central Review GA17RVT Scout Harmony Central Review Scout Schematic Push-pull 6AQ5s; no close Fender model; Sort of a GA-30RVT with 6AQ5s (Miles O'Neal's web-site; May 30, 2003) 196x [GA-17T? It does not matter if you are using humbuckers or single coils it is a great sound. Original footswitch[.] Like a 12" Princeton Reverb at 1/3 the price!! It has reverb and variable tremolo, that both work great with the original foot switch.
NOS takes Fender's 15W gem and gives it the true vintage treatment with tweed covering and a vintage-style 12" Jensen speaker.
Its power is generated by an all-tube signal path using a pair of EL84 Groove Tube output tubes and 3 - 12AX7 preamp tubes.
Unless you have and want a museum piece, it will need new / increased power supply caps and resistors, fresh cathode bypass caps, and a new volume pot. Harmony Central Review Maestro Reverb/Echo Combo Rate the GA-1RVT... 16W 1x12" Guitar Combo with Reverb and Tremolo Speakers: 1x12" Inputs: Channels: Volume Controls: Tone Controls on Each Channel: Tremolo: Yes Reverb: Yes Tubes: 8 (Pre (4x6EU7, 1x12AU7), Pow (1x6V6 PAIR 5Y3)) Extension Speaker Jack: Monitor Jack: Watts Output: 16 Shipping Totals: Schematic with 4x 6EU7, 1x 12AU7A, 2x 6V6GT & 1x 5Y3GT (Gibson) I have one of these. The controls were mounted on a slanted panel at the upper rear and consist of: 2 inputs, volume control, fuse holder, on/off switch and a jeweled pilot light. I've currently got a boogie blue angel to satisfy my need for blue tone, but I'm gonna miss my kick'in lil GA-5. simply gets it done with more authentic tone and half the parts.1x10" Guitar Combo with Reverb and Tremolo Speakers: 1x10" Inputs: 3 Channels: 1 Volume Controls: 1 Tone Controls on Each Channel: Bass, treble Tremolo: Yes Reverb: Yes Tubes: 5 (2x6EU7, 12AU7, 2x6BQ5 (correspond to Epiphone EA-32RVT Comet) or Pre (2x6EU7, 1x12AU7), Pow (1x EL84 PAIR)) Diodes: 2 Extension Speaker Jack: Yes Monitor Jack: No Watts Output: Shipping Totals: 1965: 892, 1966: 4350, 1967: 761 Harmony Central Review GA15RVT Schematic with 2x6EU7, 1x12AU7, 2x6BQ5 Push-pull 6BQ5s; is there a close Fender model? 14W 1x10" Guitar Combo with Tremolo Speaker: 1x10" Inputs: 3 Channels: 1 Volume Controls: 1 Tone Controls on Each Channel: 1 Tremolo: Depth, frequency Tubes: 5 Extension Speaker Jack: No Monitor Jack: No Watts Output: 14 Shipping Totals: 1960: 1289, 1961: 883 Best amp in its class ever period kicks tweed delux ass try it thru 16 ohm 2x12 cab with internal 8 ohm in series and you get spanky clean headroom into 4.4 ohms with minimal mismatch. Sweetest low volume clean sounds with p-90s volume control set higher to "m" on volume control gives perfect small stage volume, with a fulldrive 2 or other 2 channel pedal it's all the rig an experienced player needs. Likes matched, 7 gt rated tubes and a good tech setup. Don't agree with the princeton comparisons, and circut is better imho than delux.; modified GA-16T, plus Bass and Treble controls, plus reverb, with transformer PI (Miles O'Neal's web-site; May 30, 2003) I also like the GA-15 RVT Explorer, which has a 10" speaker, a single channel, and a simpler tremolo circuit [than the GA-20 RVT Minuteman]. A perfect 10, if you have been around and know what good tone is.Add renowned Fender reverb, flexible controls, and footswitchable (with optional footswitch - product #420703) FAT circuit for golden tones, and you're in business.And just look at that chrome panel, that tweed finish with pinstripe grille cloth, and those vintage pointer knobs!