Dating 65 Amps serial numbers.

Serial numbers can be found on the back of the chassis. Letters tell you the name of the product and if the chassis belongs in a head or a combo. The numbers tell you the year of production, the month of production and the production number.
A 65 Amps London without serial number is a super early production that Dan Boul and Peter Stroud made out of their garage.

(Name) (Head/Combo) (Year) (Month) (Number)

Some examples:

Serial number:

  • KH806001
  • EH1102003X
  • RAH709034
  • M2C903101
  • MH606018
  • M2C802030
  • LEC912210
  • TC1102032
  • R88H803005
  • SC907106
  • 75C912068
  • LC601209
  • AP1009022

Amp name and type:

  • King's Head Head
  • Empire Head
  • Royal Albert Head
  • Monterey Combo
  • Marquee Head
  • Memphis Combo
  • Lil' Elvis Combo
  • Tupelo Combo
  • Rocket 88 Head
  • Soho Combo
  • Stone Pony (= "75") Combo
  • London Combo
  • Apollo (no combo's were made)

Date and number:

  • 2008, June, no. 001
  • 2011, February, no. 003X
  • 2007, September, no. 034
  • 2009, March, no. 101
  • 2006, June, no. 018
  • 2008, February, no. 030
  • 2009, December, no. 210
  • 2011, February, no. 032
  • 2008, March, no. 005
  • 2009, July, no. 106
  • 2009, December, no. 068
  • 2006, January, no. 209
  • 2010, September, no. 022