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Some models (LG-2, J-45, SJ, select L-50s) included an actual banner reading "Only a Gibson Is Good Enough" in the middle of the headstock.

The block logo debuted after WWII and remains the face of the company.

The only difference is the addition of this batch indicator.

From 1943 to 1947, the logo was a thick golden script, known as the banner logo.The type of face, grille cloth, type and number of speakers, type and number of knobs, etc.only come into play when you’re trying to value the amplifier in the Blue Book for Guitar Amplifiers per the model description that is provided.In order to date a Fender amp or provide the value, you need to know one of the below: * The 2 letter date code rubber stamped on the Tube Chart, or * The 2 letter date code on the QA Sticker, or * The Transformer Number that starts with “606-XX-XX”, with the 3 or 4 Xs being the unknown numbers that need to be provided by the owner of the amplifier asking the question.: The transformer number tells you when the transformer was made and not necessarily the date the amplifier left the Fender Factory, the “2 Letter” date code on the Tube Chart or QA Sticker actually tells you that and that makes it the most accurate option for dating the month and year it was made....

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