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The Dual Pro was the first twin speaker amp and also the first amp to employ a finger-jointed pine cabinet and the first amp with a top facing control panel.
The construction of the amplifiers was changed as well: the chassis are mounted to the back with the tubes pointed down, as opposed to having the chassis mounted on the top of the cabinet.
They are all very rare today and few have survived.
The first amplifiers made in-house by Fender is the Woodie series, built in 1946 through 1948.
These were considered a step above the student models (Champ, Harvard, Princeton) which remained tweed-covered in 1960.
Grillclothes were initially the same as those used in the previous tweed era (i.e.: maroon with gold stripe).
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.
They were made in three different sizes, 1×8" (one 8" speaker), 1×10", and 1×15".Fender later on constructed them with "narrow panel", in which all the panels have more or less the same width.Toward the end, despite keeping such construction, Fender utilized tolex to cover its amps.Beginning in mid to late 1961, Fender introduced another color combination: a smoother but still light brown tolex with a dark maroon or "oxblood" grillcloth.By mid-1961, after this short-lived look, Fender was using the darker brown tolex which was a mainstay for many of the mid-1961 to 1963 amps.