This amp has been restored to everyday play-ability. A true survivor. It comes with is known to be the original speaker by the professional best fender guy in Nashville Tennessee. All the original hardware is intact and any parts that have been changed out will come with the amp. All in all this little beauty is a 9 out of 10 for originality "a museum piece." All original covering, handle, front cloth with two cig burns on top for character. There was a Nick Lucas guitar pic in the back when I found it, and a bobbie pin. Who knows what this amps history is being from Nashville. A fantastic sounding blues amp! This guitar amp is a working original with all the original parts. The speaker comes with the amp, the small transformer that mounts to the speaker has been replace and a new one has been mounted to the inside of the amp, like the later model amps have. In the beginning they didn't really know what they were doing so now you have a all original parts Fender deluxe TV front, that works and will work everyday. These amps are rated for 110 volt power. We run 120 in the united states, and that jumps all over up to 140 volts in some areas. This can harm a tube amp over time, and a vintage amp over a shorter time frame. It is imperative to use a power controller like a variac made by staco, the best manufacturer of variacsThey are $50-80. The date code for the old small transformer is 2207-37, this translates to 1947 the 37th week. All original parts come with this amp. The speaker can be re-coned for $100 but the speaker that is in the amp sounds very very similar and is super tough.
Fender used Ponderosa pine which is where the amazing tone comes from.
Power Amp: Tube; 2 x 6V6GT, 12 watts RMS @ 8 ohms
Preamp: Tube; 2 x 6SC7
Rectifier: Tube; 1 x 5Y3GT
Speaker: 1 x 12" Jensen P12R, new speaker added eminence red coat
Channels: 2 (Instrument, Microphone); 2 inputs (Instrument), 1 input (Microphone)
Controls: Volume for each channel, master tone
Dimensions: 16 1/4 H x 18 W x 7 1/2 D inches
Total Weight: 26 lb.