26 Jeff O(pus Dei) 2 years ago No it doesn't. It's the same amp. I've used these guides to be tens of thousands of dollars of amps. I'd like to say yours is worth more, but plain fact, according to the books, it isn't. Of course, there's an ass for every seat (old used car saying), so try your luck and put it on Ebay. You might get over a grand, who knows. But I travel the guitar shows, and there just isn't a call for old Gretsch amps. No quality control, things like you're describing (inconsistency in production notes and information, incomplete specs like the tweeters missing). You are VERY right - it could be VERY rare, and a prototype, or what not, but because there are virtually nobody chasing old Gretsch amps, and tens of thousands of people chasing old Fender amps world wide, the cost of the Fenders goes up. Take our advice. At $200 you got a BARGAIN. Keep it, and 25 years from now you will not be telling the story of the one that you sold.