Dating fender bassman 10
Sound-wise its absolutely never distorting by itself.I play it through a pretty new Laney 4x10 8ohm cab.Anything else is at the discretion of the manufacturer.Click here for more Manufacturer Codes Speaker Implementation and Amplifier Configurations If you would like to add some info to this list, (any company, any model) feel free to write us with the info. I mainly use a Gibson SG with 59 Classics and a BYOC mouse, kind of like a rat distortion pedal. I guess this will have to be the beginning of the discussion. All pictures can be found here: Fender Bassman 100 - Imgur Yes, it's a SF amp. because I suck at playing guitar." Mike6158 The Bassman 100 is much like a Showman model without the tremolo feature.If you want to narrow down the year that your exact amp was made you can look for date codes on the pots and on the transformers. If it's not distorting with the knobs cranked and the guitar volume up there is something wrong with it or your guitar. Well it distorted maybe a tiny tiny bit when volume pots were at 10 but it's so damn loud so that's no way to play.Be certain the amp has the features you will use (example: if you NEED both bedroom practice AND band practice volume levels you may want to consider a master volume amp that makes good distortion with the preamp) (another example: even if you love the sound of some little 5W Fender when cranked up, but you play with a band, or intend to, it's still the wrong amp because it will never be loud enough) The amp you have now is a nice example of a good amp.You can probably get enough dough for it to cover much of the expense of a different amp. So the question is, do you want to learn circuits or do you just want a different tone?
Unfortunately, this means you can't get the full experience. This page is a collection of odds and ends information relating to speakers and speaker implementation.Now, that said, if you DO want to learn circuits and amp modding you're in the exact right place. As in, don't spend your money until you try it and like it.Consider how much power you will need and at what volume you will need to get your preferred tone.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.