Just in case anyone with back trouble thought this was a light-but-fully-featured 2-channel amp.., I occasionally get requests for schematics for other amps in the Rivera-era Fender range. But Mark Carson on the FDP, a splendidly helpful chap, sent me several. Big thanks are due to all the anonymous folks down the years who kept the paperwork, scanned it into computer format, and shared it free of charge.
This series of guitar amplifiers was built from 1982 to 1986 and are variously referred to as the "II series" and/or the "Rivera-Era" Fenders.
The list of artists who've used a Fender guitar amp live or on record is enormous.
It seems as if everyone has used them at some point, including Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Oasis, The Strokes, Radiohead and White Stripes, to name but a few.
2x12", 40 watts, tube rectifier, and replaced celestial speakers.
This one comes just before the push/pull boost and the change to a solid state rectifier. Price: 99Stock# 3696 Fender Pro Reverb Amp Earlier model silverface Pro Reverb, still sporting the tube rectifier, and the 40 watt configuration.
In 1946, Fender began manufacturing a series of now-legendary amps: the Deluxe, the Professional, the Dual Professional, and the Princeton. Price: 99Stock# 2241 Fender 65 Twin Reverb Custom 15A steel player's dream!All hardwired, rich, responsive tone and an all time classic at a blow out price.latest updates; small changes to a few amp batches dates, Dec 2015, Feb 2016, July 2016, Sep 2016, March 2017 small changes to 4 amp batches, Nov 2015 typos found, two edits, thanks Ben H, June 20 info updated, totals unchanged Oct 2014 really nifty table design Aug 2014 small data and totals updates Jan 2014 (info updated In 2002 I acquired a Princeton Reverb II. Fender don't part with that kind of information*, so as part of the website I developed for this amp's care and feeding, I put out a call for serial numbers.Eventually, I thought, I'll get a rough idea what the highest and lowest s/ns were.; the Fender Super Champ, Princeton Reverb II, Deluxe Reverb II, Concert (1982-86 model sometimes called Concert II; eleven knobs on the front), Bassman 20, Champ II, Twin Reverb II, and Fender 30, 75 and 140.