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While the majority of the piggybacks were produced in blonde tolex, there are a few examples of the brown tolex Bassman amplifiers.
There were many notable accomplishments for the company's amplifier division during these years.
The tolex on the earliest versions in this era was pinkish brown and rough textured.
There were only six amplifiers covered in tolex originally, and they were called the Professional Series: Bandmaster-Amp, Concert-Amp, Pro-Amp, Super-Amp, the Twin-Amp (production halted Feb-May 1960, resumed as the blonde Twin) and the Vibrasonic-Amp.
The finishes were baked in the Kauffman family oven.
They were made in three different sizes, 1×8" (one 8" speaker), 1×10", and 1×15".
Leo Fender began building guitar amps before he started manufacturing guitars.
The first of these amps were the K&F models, which were produced between 19.
There are several experimental Fender Tweed amps in blonde.They included the Model 26 Deluxe, the Princeton, and the Professional.Fender amplifiers began making a name for themselves with the Tweed series, so called because of their cloth covering, which is actually varnished cotton twill (tweed is a coarse woollen fabric, commonly used for jackets, coats and caps; it is often woven in a twill pattern, which is likely the reason for the confusion over naming.) They were produced for more than a decade and are now eminently collectible and praised for their sound quality.These were considered a step above the student models (Champ, Harvard, Princeton) which remained tweed-covered in 1960.