“The Fender Princeton/Reverb Amp is the result of much effort on the part of Fender engineers to combine in one instrument the desirable features which have been suggested dealers, teachers, and studio operators.” – 1965-1966 Fender Fine Electric Instruments catalog
Model: Princeton Reverb-Amp
- Tube chart: PC (P=1966, C=March)
- Power transformer: 8316601 (1st week of 1966)
- Output transformer: -606-5-39 (39th week of 1965)
- Reverb transformer: –606215 (15th week of 1972)
Service: Grounded power cord, inspection from technician, replaced power tube, preamp tube.
Observed Non-original Parts:
- Speaker, 1970s JBL K110
- Various tubes
- grounded power cord
- Reverb transformer in 1972 (original Fender part)
- Very nice grill cloth and Tolex
- Some wear to the Tolex on the bottom below the back panel
Notes: A very fine sounding example of the desirable black faceplate era Fender Princeton Reverb! We love how the Princeton Reverb can handle thick cleans as well as overdriven crunch. The JBL seems to hold together a lot better than the original 10J4 Oxford speakers we usually see in PR amps. We’re confident you’ll love this nice ’66 Fender Princeton Reverb-Amp!