“PRINCETON/REVERB: A performance proven favorite among students, studio operators and guitar teachers everywhere! Including built-in Reverb and Tremolo, the Princeton Reverb also boasts an impressive list of plus features found only in more expensive amps. Check them!” — 1968 Fender Musical Instruments Catalog
Make and Model: Fender Princeton Reverb~Amp
Year: Late 1967/early 1968. Latest observed date code: 606-7-40 (Schumacher, 1967, 40th week)
Specifications: 12 watts RMS power, all tube, push-pull configuration matched 6v6 power tubes, 10″ large magnet Oxford speaker (10J5 model), tube driven Reverb and Tremolo
Originality: All parts appear to be original except replaced power tubes, preamp tubes, and one electrolytic capacitor. Replacement tubes are made in USA with 1980 date codes. The original two prong power cord is in good condition and hasn’t been replaced.
Condition: Very good with wear and tarnish on the faceplate, nicks and scratches on the Tolex, overall pretty nice condition.
Playability: Very good. I’ve just completed a cleaning and inspection. I cleaned and lubricated all the potentiometers, cleaned and tensioned tube sockets, cleaned knobs, vacuumed and wiped down the interior of the cabinet.
Notes: This Princeton Reverb has everything you need. Not only that, but it has all the cool nerd vintage Fender features from a really short time span – late’67 to early ’68. This is a true drip edge/black line amp and eve has the original large magnet 10J5 speaker that sounds amazing. It’s clean, original, and in nice playing condition. I’m confident you’ll love this 1967 Fender Princeton Reverb~Amp!