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Once you have the information you need, if you're interested in selling your Fender, you can use Reverb to get it in front of the largest audience of musicians in the world by clicking on this link.
Perhaps the best place to start when dating your Fender is to get an approximate idea of the era based on the instrument's design and components.
This can be a tall order for someone less versed in guitar history, but we do have some resources here on Reverb to help you out.
For starters, there's the Reverb Price Guide which has thousands of entries with pictures and details on various guitars and other gear.
I replaced the 40 years old Mallory caps (I keep them, maybe someday I will try to reform them ?
Whether it’s a vintage amp or a recent model such as this Fender Pro Reverb, hum can have several causes.
On this model, there is a balance bias pot and not a “real” pot to set the bias. Anyway, I removed it (and the amp works well after having serviced it)Another small issue : a very nice blue light in a 7025 tube : Air inside (and the getter is half gone, btw) : little break in the envelope …
Balance bias is easy : the minimum hum, the better ! and one of the triode does not work (bass channel does not make any sound) : Didn’t have any 7025 left, so I used a JJ 12AX7 “V1″ (low noise)Anyway, the baby can sing again !
Here is what the neck date and body date look like from a 1952 Telecaster: If you're not comfortable removing the neck of a guitar to peek at the date marker, I encourage you to take it to a local tech or luthier.His guitars were built en masse by an entire factory, not a single luthier toiling over one instrument at a time.Features like bolt-on necks and pickups wired into the pickguard all helped the Fender factory churn out guitar after guitar, day after day.There's A Brief History of the Stratocaster Part I and Part II that follows the evolution of the most popular Fender guitar of all.
Similarly, take a look at Behold the Jazzmaster for general timeline of the history of everyone's favorite offset guitar.
Possible culprits include the preamp tubes, the power tubes, the hum balance resistors, and the power supply caps.