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Subtract one from the other and I'll have a rough-cut figure for how many were made. PRII owners were kind enough to start sending their serial numbers in.I was puzzled to see how some of them were separated by over 100,000.His info (rightly without details of the amps' owners) still represents about a sixth of my database.As of November 2017 I've got info on over 1800 amps.

Fender’s amps, unlike their guitars, are not tracked by the serial number.There are a handful of amp types for which I'm still running the searches because I don't have so much data for those (mainly in the solid-state range).In addition Greg Gagliano sent me the Rivera-era-relevant numbers from his huge research info, for which, along with his friendly encouragement over several years, I thank him.I would have to collect data for ALL the amp types, just to work out how many were made of mine.Then I became aware of the amazing work Greg Gagliano had been doing since the 1990s - the summary of his latest results are here - and that his research didn't take in the Rivera-era, or anything later. However for this range of amps at least, I reckon it's not just a policy of withholding company-confidential information. It's no criticism of Fender to suggest that they were too busy making great amps to keep records just so some amateur could use them thirty years later.

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