Dating fender speaker codes
There are quite a few potential causes of this symptom, and it’s impossible to diagnose your amps without having them on the bench.I’ll list a few possible causes, but be aware that the cause of the hum in one amp isn’t necessarily the cause in another one. I hope these tips help get your Fenders into phenomenal form!
Let’s take a look at a couple speakers from Warehouse Guitar Speakers (wgs4.com) so I can better explain this.The codes are added on the production line and are placed on the speaker's chassis leg, on the front gasket or on a label on the magnet edge.In recent times this information has also been reproduced on the barcode label stuck to the outside of the speaker packaging.Can anybody give me some insight about these speakers? Everywhere I look just tells me that 328 is Utah - but what's the otherstuff mean?? Post by Christopher Bell I just got what appears to be a 2x12 Fender cabinet with 2 Utah speakers init.
The other writing says MH12PXC - The second letter looks like an 'H', but,the top is light, it could be an 'A'. Not only does it say Utah on the back of the speaker, but the full numberis 328 (the correct Utah code) 547.
Whether it’s a vintage amp or a recent model such as this Fender Pro Reverb, hum can have several causes.