Peavey amp serial number dating
It's most likely stamped in ink somewhere on the frame.
At least, you'll know that the amp is no older than the components used in it.
Many vintage guitar owners value guitar dating and guitar serial number data to date their electric and acoustic guitars.In the early Peavey days, there would be an inspection sticker with the initials and dates of who built it and checked it out.I doubt they still do that, but if you're really curious it might be work checking out the inside of the chassis.I was about to buy a JCM 2000 DSL 50 watter but I decided to have lunch first so I went to Wendys.Well, on the way back to Scam Cash I decided to stop in Banjo Sinner for a quick look around and there it was. I played, I pulled out the cash for a deposit and I'm bringing it home tomorrow night. I checked there's nothing there to figure that out. I've got some other cool stuff here like a VHT Pitbull, Vox, Sound City 120 (might be for sale BTW) Boogie etc. Almost three years ago I let a single channel 800 slip through my fingers because it was a 100 watt and I wanted a 50.