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Fender later 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.
While the majority of the piggybacks were produced in blonde tolex, there are a few examples of the brown tolex Bassman amplifiers.
Accomplishments for the company's amplifier division during these years include the introduction of the stand-alone spring reverb unit in 1961, followed by incorporation of the reverb circuit within a combo-amp design with the 1963 Vibroverb.
These early models are referred to as "TV-Fronts" due to the shape of the cabinet when viewed from above.
They are all very rare today and few have survived.
The first cloth used was an off-white fabric, followed by a horizontal-stripe two-tone pattern, and finally a two-tone twill.
The twill covering was first used in 1946 on the Dual Professional, a twin 10" 6L6-powered model of which only 400 were made before being renamed "the Super Amp" in 1948.
The Brownface series was introduced in 1959 and discontinued in 1963.
This period marked the beginning of Fender's use of Tolex to cover amp cabinets.