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Used Supro 1622Rt Tremo-Verb 25W 1X10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 190839155429
$831.36
Used Supro 1622Rt Tremo-Verb 25W 1X10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 190839155429
The 1622RT Tremo-Verb is a feature-rich update to the coveted late-'60s Supro 1x10 combo platform. This compact, Class-A, 6973-powered bruiser pushes a loud 25 watts through a custom-made 10 speaker to capture the old-school Supro magic in an amp you can easily haul around to gigs. Tremo-verb is, without a doubt, pound-for-pound the most potent tube amp in the Supro line.The Tremo-verbs feature set, blue rhino hide tolex and compact physical dimensions are drawn from the original combo of the mid '60s, with its power plant borrowed from its larger brother, the 1624T Dual-Tone. This modern incarnation of the Supro Tremo-verb has been enhanced with enough Class-A power to gig out alongside a pounding drummer and bassist.Following traditional Supro fashion, the Tremo-verbs power-tube tremolo comes after the reverb pan, lending an ethereal shake and wobble to the enveloping wash of tube-driven spring reverb. This amp has ample headroom to use with pedals, maintaining exceptional clarity and sparkle even above 12-oclock on the volume knob as the amp rolls over into glorious all-tube overdrive.Power: 25 Watts (tube)Tubes: four 12AX7; one 12AT7; two 6973Single channelSingle inputSpeaker: 1x10 Supro CR10Controls: 2-band EQ, volume, reverb, speed, depthFX: Reverb, tremoloClass-A designBlue Rhino Hide tolexDimensions: 19.21 in. x 9.4 in. x 14 in.Weight: 30 lbs.
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Used Supro Hampton Electric Guitar Antique White 190839102119
$879.20
Used Supro Hampton Electric Guitar Antique White 190839102119
The Hampton is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickups have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern players instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone. The unique Gold Foil pickups found in the Supro Hampton are faithful reproductions of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The mini-humbucker-sized version of the Supro Gold Foil pickup found in this guitar have the same internal construction as the humbucker-sized versions found in the other Island Series models. The Hamptons bridge pickup is wound slightly hotter than the others, while the middle pickup is RWRP, providing fully hum-cancelling sound in the 2 and 4 positions of the 5-way blade switch. The time-tested tone wood recipe of an alder body paired with a 25.5 in.-scale maple neck and rosewood fretboard combine with the Hamptons vintage-correct pickups to produce an exceptionally dynamic playing experience. Blending vintage American tone with refined set-neck design, the Supro Hampton is intended for the professional musician who needs an ergonomic and versatile guitar capable of handling most genres of music with authority. The three pickups cover a huge range of tones, from fat single-coil jazz tones in the neck position to spanky funk tones and sparkling twang in the middle, and pure rock power when the bridge pickup is selected.  The Hampton guitar and its relatives in the Island Series represent the rebirth of the Supro brand as a stringed instrument manufacturer. The Supro Island series of guitars was designed by David Koltai and Glenn Sweetwood, with technical assistance from master designer Trevor Wilkinson and vintage pickup expert Ken Calvet. Case sold separately.Vintage Supro Ozark body designAntique WhiteSet neck with black satin finish3x Mini Gold Foil pickups 50s-wiring volume and tone controls5-position pickup switchWave tailpiece  Alder bodyMaple neck25.5 in. scale Block inlays6100 frets 12 in. radius fretboardCorian nutCase sold separately
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Supro Neptune Reverb 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amplifier
$2,000.00 $1,499.00
Supro Neptune Reverb 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amplifier
Supro USA presents the 1685RT Neptune Reverb guitar combo amplifier. This 25W, 2x12 combo amp was created in response to artist and backline requests for a Supro amp with a pair of 12 in. speakers and spring reverb. Developed in partnership with SIR, the USAs largest backline rental company, the Supro Neptune amplifier is a loud, clear answer to the Fender Twin and Vox AC-30. The Neptunes microphone-friendly midrange is largely derived from its vintage-correct, 25W; Class-A power section. It is this unique, self-biasing power amp that holds the key to the vintage Supro sound. The Neptune Reverbs remarkably low noise floor makes this amp perfect for live performance at any volume. Even when pushed hard, the Neptunes power section overdrives with a distinctive clarity, leaving plenty of front-end headroom for use with all kinds of stompbox effects. Passive Treble and Bass EQ controls allow the musician to fine-tune the frequency response of the Neptunes preamp to accommodate a wide range of pickups and varied stage environments. Once the guitar signal has been shaped by the passive tone-stack, it is fed into a 4-spring 17 in.-long reverb tank which uses all-tube drive and recovery stages to provide the richest possible effect. The Neptune also features a tremolo circuit which occurs in the output section, lending an ethereal shake and wobble to the enveloping wash of tube-driven reverb. The Neptunes wide-body combo cab comes covered in our blue rhino hide tolex and loaded with the British-voiced BD12 drivers that were developed for the award-winning Black Magick amplifier, heard on stages around the world in 2016 with Paul Simon, The Cure, Guns and Roses and Aerosmith. The Neptunes custom Supro speakers are wired in parallel at 4-ohms to deliver a truly visceral on-stage experience that clearly translates through large PA systems and records beautifully in live-broadcast situation.
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Used Supro 1675Rt Rhythm Master 35/45/60W 1X15 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 888366048924
$1,023.36
Used Supro 1675Rt Rhythm Master 35/45/60W 1X15 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 888366048924
For those players who love the huge, bold sound of the 115 Thunderbolt amp, but need a lush, all-tube reverb to fill out their sound, Supro presents the 1675RT Rhythm Master amplifier. Rooted in Supro tradition, this vintage-inspired model is loaded with independent bass and treble controls, six-spring long pan reverb, output tube tremolo and switchable Class A / Class AB power amp wiring for 35, 45 or 60 watts of vintage American tone.The Rhythm Masters USA made custom 15-in. driver is the most accurate and true sounding 15-in. guitar speaker on the market, with a full, broadband sound that is never muddy. To create this signature speaker, Supro worked with Eminence to combine the best elements of its favorite vintage 15-in. speakers (Jensen C15PS and JBL D130) with modern construction methods and materials to achieve a vintage voiced driver with superior power handling and juicy bottom end.The unique power amp topology of the Rhythm Master not only allows for players to change the texture and output volume of the amp but it also provides two very different, all-tube tremolo effects depending on whether Class A (cathode bias) or Class AB (grid bias) mode is selected. The cathode bias tremolo is vintage Valco/Supro all the way, where the overall depth of the effect changes along with the dynamics of your playing. The grid bias tremolo is gives a much deeper, stronger and more pronounced throbbing effect. Since the tremolo is performed by modulating the bias of the output tubes, the reverb necessarily comes before the tremolo effect, for a mesmerizing combination of pure tube reverb and tremolo when both effects are combined.Power: 60W, 45W (Class-AB); 35W (Class-A)Tubes: four 12AX7, one 12AT7, two 5881/6L6, one 5U4Single channelTwo inputsSpeaker: 1x15 Supro TB15 SpeakerControls: Independent bass and treble, volume, reverb, tremoloBlue Rhino Hide tolexDimensions: 23.6 in. x 19 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 45lbsAssembled in USAEngineered by Bruce Zinky, Thomas Elliott and David Koltai
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Used Supro 1688T Big Star 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 888366076606
$1,439.99
Used Supro 1688T Big Star 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 888366076606
The 1688T Big Star is the largest and most aggressive Supro 1964 Reissue amplifier. This all-tube luxury 2x12 combines the instantly recognizable tone of the Supro Class-A power amp with a pair of custom 12 drivers housed in a wide-body, vintage correct cabinet to create a larger-than-life guitar sound at a functional gigging volume. The Supro Big Star reissue features two channels wired in parallel with automatic linking of both channels when only the first input is used. Like a vintage Supro, the bass EQ on the first channel of the Big Star is voiced approximately one octave below the second channel. Combining these two complimentary channels together yields a huge, wide-range sound that captures the complex midrange texture of the original top-of-the-line Supro amp. This easy-to-use and versatile input scheme also allows for two instruments to share the same amp and provides channel switching with a simple A/B box. The two parallel preamp channels sum together into the swampy output tube tremolo and power section. This historic amplifiers cathode biased, Class-A power section provides whisper-quiet, low-noise performance with exceptional touch dynamics and generous amounts of power tube saturation. The unique Supro power amp allows players to run this rig at full volume on stage or in the studio, while using their hands to control the texture of the sound. The 1688T Big Star provides a huge variety of classic tones ranging from warm jazz to dirty blues and high-gain rock simply by adjusting your guitars volume knob. This is a bona-fine Supro reissue, designed by Bruce Zinky & Thomas Elliot and hand-assembled in Long Island, USA. It will rock your world.Power: 25W (tube)Tubes: four 12AX7 (preamp); two 6973 (power amp)Two channels with parallel linkTwo inputsSpeakers: 2x12 Supro DT12 Built-in tube tremoloBlue rhino hide tolexDimensions: 27.8 in. x 18 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 50 lbs.Assembled in the U.S.A.
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Supro 1699R Statesman 50W 1X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$2,300.00 $1,649.00
Supro 1699R Statesman 50W 1X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
The 1699R Statesman is a two-channel, 50W amplifier that unites vintage Supro tone with modern channel switching functionality, tube-driven reverb and a multi-purpose, all-tube effects loop.The red channel found in the Statesman uses the two-knob preamp from the legendary Supro Thunderbolt amplifier for high-headroom rock 'n' roll power. The Statesmans blue channel contains the high-gain preamp, 2-band EQ and all-tube reverb section of Supro's acclaimed Comet model. The Statesman provides A/B/Both channel switching operation, allowing the two channels to be run in parallel, creating a massive, dual-preamp sound where each channel contributes part of the overall texture. In addition to the tube-driven spring reverb, the Statesmans blue channel contains an all-tube, switchable effects loop that provides a set of useful functionsincluding wet only reverb effects, which can be independently dialed in and blended with the dry sound from the red channel. The variable send and return levels allow the effects loop to function as a level and/or gain boost when engaged, even when nothing is plugged into the loop. The effects loop can also act as a master volume for the blue channel when bedroom levels are desired. As a final touch, both the effects loop and the reverb on the Statesman feature a relay-controlled spill-over effect, allowing reverb and delay trails to decay naturally when switching between channels. The 50-watt power amp in the Statesman is switchable between Class A and Class AB operation. The Class-A (cathode bias) setting provides the distinctive midrange growl that has been the cornerstone of the Supro sound since the company was founded in 1935. The Class AB (grid bias) configuration presents less compression along with additional headroom, more punch and faster attack. The Statesman comes loaded with military-grade Sovtek power tubes that are precision-matched at the Supro factory in Port Jefferson, NY. The Supro Stat
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Used Supro 1688T Big Star 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 888366007129
$1,439.99
Used Supro 1688T Big Star 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Regular 888366007129
The 1688T Big Star is the largest and most aggressive Supro 1964 Reissue amplifier. This all-tube luxury 2x12 combines the instantly recognizable tone of the Supro Class-A power amp with a pair of custom 12 drivers housed in a wide-body, vintage correct cabinet to create a larger-than-life guitar sound at a functional gigging volume. The Supro Big Star reissue features two channels wired in parallel with automatic linking of both channels when only the first input is used. Like a vintage Supro, the bass EQ on the first channel of the Big Star is voiced approximately one octave below the second channel. Combining these two complimentary channels together yields a huge, wide-range sound that captures the complex midrange texture of the original top-of-the-line Supro amp. This easy-to-use and versatile input scheme also allows for two instruments to share the same amp and provides channel switching with a simple A/B box. The two parallel preamp channels sum together into the swampy output tube tremolo and power section. This historic amplifiers cathode biased, Class-A power section provides whisper-quiet, low-noise performance with exceptional touch dynamics and generous amounts of power tube saturation. The unique Supro power amp allows players to run this rig at full volume on stage or in the studio, while using their hands to control the texture of the sound. The 1688T Big Star provides a huge variety of classic tones ranging from warm jazz to dirty blues and high-gain rock simply by adjusting your guitars volume knob. This is a bona-fine Supro reissue, designed by Bruce Zinky & Thomas Elliot and hand-assembled in Long Island, USA. It will rock your world.Power: 25W (tube)Tubes: four 12AX7 (preamp); two 6973 (power amp)Two channels with parallel linkTwo inputsSpeakers: 2x12 Supro DT12 Built-in tube tremoloBlue rhino hide tolexDimensions: 27.8 in. x 18 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 50 lbs.Assembled in the U.S.A.
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Supro Westbury Electric Guitar Jet Black
$1,329.00 $999.00
Supro Westbury Electric Guitar Jet Black
The Westbury is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickups have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern players instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone. The unique Gold Foil pickups found in the Supro Westbury are faithful reproductions of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The humbucker-sized Gold Foil bridge pickup found in the Westbury is slightly overwound, while the neck pickup is reverse-wound in order to provide fully hum-cancelling sound when the two pickups are combined by selecting the middle position of the 3-way toggle switch.The time-tested tone wood recipe of an alder body paired with a 25.5 in.-scale maple neck and rosewood fretboard combine with the Westbury's vintage-correct pickups to produce an exceptionally dynamic playing experience. Blending vintage American tone with refined set-neck design, the Supro Westbury is intended for the professional musician who needs an ergonomic and versatile guitar capable of handling most genres of music with authority. The Westburys dual pickup configuration lets the player switch effortlessly between warm, single-coil neck pickup sounds, throaty bridge tones, or a perfectly balanced, parallel combination of both pickups for rhythm work.The Westbury guitar and its relatives in the Island Series represent the rebirth of the Supro brand as a stringed instrument manufacturer. The Supro Island Series of guitars was designed by David Koltai and Glenn Sweetwood, with technical assistance from master designer Trevor Wilkinson and vintage pickup expert KeVintage Supro Ozark body designJet BlackSet neck with black satin finish2x Vintage Gold Foil pickups 50s-wiring volume and tone controlsWave tailpiece  Alder bodyMaple neck25.5 in. scale Block inlays6100 frets 12 in. radius fretboardCorian nutCase sold separately
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Supro Belmont Vibarato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Poppy Red
$1,069.00 $799.00
Supro Belmont Vibarato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Poppy Red
The Belmont Vibrato is a reproduction of the single-pickup, vibrato bar-equipped, fiberglass Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early 1960s. The Belmont Vibrato reissue mates a chambered mahogany back with a newly-developed, composite Acousti-glass top. This updated construction preserves the instruments signature aesthetics and timeless sound while improving its semi-hollow acoustic resonance and tuning stability.  The Belmont Vibratos vintage-correct tuners, vibrato tailpiece and adjustable rosewood bridge are joined by a faithful replica of the legendary Vistatone pickup to bring you a fully realized and worthy reissue of this classic Supro guitar. The Vistatone pickup found in the Supro Belmont is a reproduction of the groundbreaking, single coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lovers PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models. The Supro Belmont is acoustically loudand its electric tone is pure 1960s rock n roll, with an aggressive mid-range voice that does not sound like any other instrument. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original res-o-glass models while providing todays musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain. The Belmont guitar and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments. Case sold separately.Body Body shape: Double cutaway Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body Body material: Other Top wood: Acousti-glass Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: C Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 24.75 in. Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: Rosewood Radius: Not specified Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 21 Inlays: Block Nut width: Not specified Pickups Configuration: H  Neck: Not applicable Middle: Not applicable Bridge: Supro Vistatone Brand: Supro Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: '50s wiring Controls Control layout: Volume 1 tone 1 Pickup switch: Not applicable Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No Hardware Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato Bridge design: Rosewood Tailpiece: Vibrato Tuning machines: Supro style Color: Chrome Other Number of strings: 6-string Special features: Electronics Case: Sold separately Accessories: Adjustmen
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Supro Black Holiday Electric Guitar Jet Black
$1,199.00 $899.00
Supro Black Holiday Electric Guitar Jet Black
The Black Holiday is an all-new Supro instrument, based on the Chicago-made, res-o-glass guitars of the 1960s. While the vintage Supro instruments were constructed entirely of fiberglass, the updated construction technique mates a newly developed composite Acousti-glass top to a chambered mahogany back for greater semi-acoustic resonance and tuning stability over the originals. The Supro Black Holidays Art Deco lines and two-knob control layout combine elements from several different Supro res-o-glass models of the past to create a new guitar that is worthy of a place alongside the reissues of these iconic American guitars. The Black Holidays vintage correct tuners, stairstep tailpiece and adjustable rosewood bridge are joined by a reproduction of the legendary Vistatone pickup. The Vistatone pickups found in the Supro Black Holiday are a faithful replica of the groundbreaking, single-coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lovers PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models. The Supro Black Holiday has a powerful, electric swamp-blues tone that is anything but subtle. Its a gnarly sounding instrument that loves tube amps and fuzz pedals of all kinds. The neck pickup sounds huge and wooly, while the bridge pickup has an unmistakable midrange growl that is downright dirty. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original res-o-glass models while providing todays musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain. The Black Holiday guitar and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments. Case sold separately.Vintage Supro body designJet Black finishRedesigned two-bolt neck jointVintage-correct Vistatone pickups'50s-wiring volume and tone controlsRosewood bridgeArt Deco stairstep tailpiece  Acousti-glass top Semi-hollow mahogany backMahogany neck with dot inlays 24.75 in. scaleCase sold separately
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Supro White Holiday Vibrato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Dawn White
$1,329.00 $999.00
Supro White Holiday Vibrato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Dawn White
The White Holiday is a reproduction of the piezo- and vibrato bar-equipped fiberglass Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early 1960s. The White Holiday reissue mates a chambered Mahogany back with a newly-developed, composite Acousti-glass top. This updated construction preserves the instruments Art Deco aesthetics as well as the signature blend of piezo and magnetic pickups, while improving its semi-hollow acoustic resonance and tuning stability.The White Holidays vintage-correct tuners, vibrato bar and adjustable, piezo-equipped rosewood bridge are joined by a faithful replica of the legendary Vistatone pickup to bring you a fully realized and worthy reissue of this classic Supro guitar. The Vistatone pickup found in the Supro White Holiday is a reproduction of the groundbreaking, single coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lovers PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models. The Supro White Holiday is acoustically loudand this voice translates through the bridge-mounted piezo pickup, which can be used independently or blended with the magnetic Vistatone pickup. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original piezo-equipped Supro White Holiday guitar while providing todays musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain. The White Holiday guitar and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments. Case sold separately.BodyBody shape: Double cutaway Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body Body material: Other Top wood: Acousti-glass Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed NeckNeck shape: C Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 24.75 in. Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss FretboardMaterial: Rosewood Radius: Not specified Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 21 Inlays: Block Nut width: Not specified PickupsConfiguration: HH Neck: Not applicable Middle: Not applicable Bridge: Supro Vistatone Brand: Supro Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: Yes Active EQ: No Special electronics: '50s wiring ControlsControl layout: Master volume, volume 1, tone 1, Piezo volume & tone  Pickup switch: 3-way Coil t
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Supro Hampton Electric Guitar Jet Black
$1,469.00 $1,099.00
Supro Hampton Electric Guitar Jet Black
The Hampton is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickups have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern players instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone. The unique Gold Foil pickups found in the Supro Hampton are faithful reproductions of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The mini-humbucker-sized version of the Supro Gold Foil pickup found in this guitar have the same internal construction as the humbucker-sized versions found in the other Island Series models. The Hamptons bridge pickup is wound slightly hotter than the others, while the middle pickup is RWRP, providing fully hum-cancelling sound in the 2 and 4 positions of the 5-way blade switch. The time-tested tone wood recipe of an alder body paired with a 25.5 in.-scale maple neck and rosewood fretboard combine with the Hamptons vintage-correct pickups to produce an exceptionally dynamic playing experience. Blending vintage American tone with refined set-neck design, the Supro Hampton is intended for the professional musician who needs an ergonomic and versatile guitar capable of handling most genres of music with authority. The three pickups cover a huge range of tones, from fat single-coil jazz tones in the neck position to spanky funk tones and sparkling twang in the middle, and pure rock power when the bridge pickup is selected.  The Hampton guitar and its relatives in the Island Series represent the rebirth of the Supro brand as a stringed instrument manufacturer. The Supro Island series of guitars was designed by David KoltaiVintage Supro Ozark body designAntique WhiteSet neck with black satin finish3x Mini Gold Foil pickups 50s-wiring volume and tone controls5-position pickup switchWave tailpiece  Alder bodyMaple neck25.5 in. scale Block inlays6100 frets 12 in. radius fretboardCorian nutCase sold separately
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Supro Jamesport Electric Guitar Ocean Blue Metallic
$1,199.00 $899.00
Supro Jamesport Electric Guitar Ocean Blue Metallic
The Jamesport is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickup have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern players instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone. The unique, Gold Foil pickup found in the Supro Jamesport is faithful reproduction of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The humbucker-sized version of the Supro Gold Foil pickup used in the Jamesport is slightly overwound and located right at the harmonic sweet spot, as seen on the original Supro Ozark. The time-tested tone wood recipe of an alder body paired with a 25.5 in.-scale maple neck and rosewood fretboard combine with the Jamesports vintage-correct pickup to produce an exceptionally dynamic playing experience. Blending vintage American tone with refined set-neck design, the Supro Jamesport is intended for the professional musician who needs an ergonomic and versatile guitar capable of handling most genres of music with authority. While the Jamesport is a single-pickup guitar, it can cover a wide range of tones from twang to blues, funk, rock and jazz by manipulating the on-board tone control.The Jamesport guitar and its relatives in the Island Series represent the rebirth of the Supro brand as a stringed instrument manufacturer. The Supro Island Series of guitars was designed by David Koltai and Glenn Sweetwood, with technical assistance from master designer Trevor Wilkinson and vintage pickup expert Ken Calvet. Case sold separately.Vintage Supro Ozark body designAntique WhiteSet neck with black satin finishVintage Gold Foil pickup'50s-wiring volume and tone controlsWave tailpiece  Al'der bodyMaple neck25.5 in. scale Dot inlays6100 frets 12 in. radius fretboardCorian nutCase sold separately
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Supro Martinique Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Ermine White
$1,599.00 $1,199.00
Supro Martinique Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Ermine White
The Martinique is a reproduction of the top-of-the-line, piezo-equipped fiberglass Supro electric guitar that was manufactured in the early 1960s. The Martinique reissue mates a chambered mahogany back with a newly-developed, composite Acousti-glass top. This updated construction preserves the instruments Art Deco aesthetics as well as the signature blend of piezo and magnetic pickups while improving its semi-hollow acoustic resonance and tuning stability.The Martiniques vintage-correct tuners, Art Deco stairstep tailpiece and adjustable, piezo-equipped rosewood bridge are joined by a faithful replica of the legendary Vistatone pickup to bring you a fully realized and worthy reissue of this classic Supro guitar. The Vistatone pickups found in the Supro Martinique are a reproduction of the groundbreaking, single coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lovers PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models. The Supro Martinique is acoustically loudand this voice translates through the bridge-mounted piezo pickup, which can be used independently or blended with the magnetic Vistatone pickups with a 50s- wired master volume. This allows for precision volume control without disturbing the blend of the piezo and magnetic pickups. With its wide body and arsenal of vintage pickups, the Martinique is more versatile and potent than any other Supro guitar model. The neck pickup sounds huge and wooly, while the bridge pickup has an unmistakable midrange growl that is downright dirty. Blending these sounds with the piezo bridge output creates tones unlike any other instrument on the market. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original piezo-equipped Supro Martinique guitar while providing todays musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tunBody Body shape: Double cutaway Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body Body material: Other Top wood: Acousti-glass Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: C Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 24.75 in. Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: Rosewood Radius: Not specified Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 21 Inlays: Block Nut width: Not specified Pickups Configuration: HH Neck: Supro Vistatone Middle: Not applicable Bridge: Supro Vistatone Brand: Supro Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: Yes Active EQ: No Special electronics: '50s wiring Controls Control layout: Master volume, volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2, Piezo volume & tone Pickup switch: 3-way Coil tap
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Supro Coronado Ii Vibrato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Jet Black
$1,329.00 $999.00
Supro Coronado Ii Vibrato Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Jet Black
The Coronado II Vibrato is a reproduction of the two-pickup, vibrato bar-equipped, wide-body Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early 1960s. The Coronado reissue mates a chambered Mahogany back with a newly-developed, composite Acousti-glass top. This updated construction preserves the instruments signature aesthetics and timeless sound while improving its semi-hollow acoustic resonance and tuning stability.The Coronados vintage-correct tuners, Art Deco stairstep tailpiece and adjustable rosewood bridge are joined by a faithful replica of the legendary Vistatone pickup to bring you a fully realized and worthy reissue of this classic Supro guitar. The Vistatone pickups found in the Supro Coronado are a reproduction of the groundbreaking, single coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lovers PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models. The Supro Coronado has a powerful, electric swamp-blues tone that is anything but subtle. Its a gnarly sounding instrument that loves tube amps and fuzz pedals of all kinds. The neck pickup sounds huge and wooly while the bridge pickup has an unmistakable midrange growl that is downright dirty. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original res-o-glass models while providing todays musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain. The Coronado guitar and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments. Case sold separately.BodyBody shape: Double cutaway Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body Body material: Other Top wood: Acousti-glass Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed NeckNeck shape: C Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 24.75 in. Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss FretboardMaterial: Rosewood Radius: Not specified Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 21 Inlays: Block Nut width: Not specified PickupsConfiguration: HH Neck: Supro Vistatone Middle: Not applicable Bridge: Supro Vistatone Brand: Supro Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: '50s wiring ControlsControl layout: Volume 1, volume 2, tone 1, tone 2 Pickup switch: 3-way Coi
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Supro Jamesport Electric Guitar Jet Black
$1,199.00 $899.00
Supro Jamesport Electric Guitar Jet Black
The Jamesport is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickup have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern players instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone. The unique, Gold Foil pickup found in the Supro Jamesport is faithful reproduction of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The humbucker-sized version of the Supro Gold Foil pickup used in the Jamesport is slightly overwound and located right at the harmonic sweet spot, as seen on the original Supro Ozark. The time-tested tone wood recipe of an alder body paired with a 25.5 in.-scale maple neck and rosewood fretboard combine with the Jamesports vintage-correct pickup to produce an exceptionally dynamic playing experience. Blending vintage American tone with refined set-neck design, the Supro Jamesport is intended for the professional musician who needs an ergonomic and versatile guitar capable of handling most genres of music with authority. While the Jamesport is a single-pickup guitar, it can cover a wide range of tones from twang to blues, funk, rock and jazz by manipulating the on-board tone control.The Jamesport guitar and its relatives in the Island Series represent the rebirth of the Supro brand as a stringed instrument manufacturer. The Supro Island Series of guitars was designed by David Koltai and Glenn Sweetwood, with technical assistance from master designer Trevor Wilkinson and vintage pickup expert Ken Calvet. Case sold separately.Vintage Supro Ozark body designAntique WhiteSet neck with black satin finishVintage Gold Foil pickup'50s-wiring volume and tone controlsWave tailpiece  Al'der bodyMaple neck25.5 in. scale Dot inlays6100 frets 12 in. radius fretboardCorian nutCase sold separately
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Supro Belmont Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Sparkle White
$929.00 $699.00
Supro Belmont Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Sparkle White
The Belmont is a reproduction of the single-pickup, fiberglass Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early 1960s. The Belmont reissue mates a chambered mahogany back with a newly-developed, composite Acousti-glass top. This updated construction preserves the instruments signature aesthetics and timeless sound, while improving its semi-hollow acoustic resonance and tuning stability.The Belmonts vintage-correct tuners, dobro tailpiece and adjustable rosewood bridge are joined by a faithful replica of the legendary Vistatone pickup to bring you a fully realized and worthy reissue of this classic Supro guitar. The Vistatone pickup found in the Supro Belmont is a reproduction of the groundbreaking, single coil design developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. The Vistatone pickup is cited as prior art in Seth Lovers PAF patent and is found in many of the most desirable vintage Supro models. The Supro Belmont is acoustically loudand its electric tone is pure 1960s rock n roll, with an aggressive mid-range voice that does not sound like any other instrument. Our semi-hollow recipe of an Acousti-glass top and mahogany body retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original res-o-glass models while providing todays musicians with a lightweight, highly playable instrument that stays in tune and is easy to maintain. The Belmont guitar and its relatives in the Americana Series of Supro electric guitars were designed by Trevor Wilkinson and David Koltai to capture the spirit and sound of the Art Deco-influenced, historic line of Supro instruments.BodyBody shape: Double cutaway Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body Body material: Other Top wood: Acousti-glass Body wood: Mahogany Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed NeckNeck shape: C Neck wood: Mahogany Joint: Bolt-on Scale length: 24.75 in. Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss FretboardMaterial: Rosewood Radius: Not specified Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 21 Inlays: Block Nut width: Not specified PickupsConfiguration: H  Neck: Not applicable Middle: Not applicable Bridge: Supro Vistatone Brand: Supro Active or passive pickups: Passive Series or parallel: Series Piezo: No Active EQ: No Special electronics: '50s wiring ControlsControl layout: Volume 1 tone 1 Pickup switch: Not applicable Coil tap or split: No Kill switch: No HardwareBridge type: Fixed  Bridge design: Rosewood Tailpiece: Supro Tuning machines: Supro s
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Supro Hampton Electric Guitar Tobacco Burst
$1,599.00 $1,199.00
Supro Hampton Electric Guitar Tobacco Burst
The Hampton is a 21st-century update of the Supro electric solid-body guitar. The elegant comfort of the 1960s-era beveled-edge Ozark body shape and the mighty sound of the original field-coil pickups have been enhanced with an ultra-fast satin neck, Tune-o-matic bridge and updated wave tailpiece. The result is a modern players instrument with old-school style and authentic Supro tone. The unique Gold Foil pickups found in the Supro Hampton are faithful reproductions of the original magnetics developed for Valco by Ralph Keller in the early 1950s. These pickups, which gave voice to the vintage Chicago-made Supro guitars, have a massive, broadband sound with remarkably low noise for a single-coil design. The mini-humbucker-sized version of the Supro Gold Foil pickup found in this guitar have the same internal construction as the humbucker-sized versions found in the other Island Series models. The Hamptons bridge pickup is wound slightly hotter than the others, while the middle pickup is RWRP, providing fully hum-cancelling sound in the 2 and 4 positions of the 5-way blade switch. The time-tested tone wood recipe of an alder body paired with a 25.5 in.-scale maple neck and rosewood fretboard combine with the Hamptons vintage-correct pickups to produce an exceptionally dynamic playing experience. Blending vintage American tone with refined set-neck design, the Supro Hampton is intended for the professional musician who needs an ergonomic and versatile guitar capable of handling most genres of music with authority. The three pickups cover a huge range of tones, from fat single-coil jazz tones in the neck position to spanky funk tones and sparkling twang in the middle, and pure rock power when the bridge pickup is selected.  The Hampton guitar and its relatives in the Island Series represent the rebirth of the Supro brand as a stringed instrument manufacturer. The Supro Island series of guitars was designed by David KoltaiVintage Supro Ozark body designAntique WhiteSet neck with black satin finish3x Mini Gold Foil pickups 50s-wiring volume and tone controls5-position pickup switchWave tailpiece  Alder bodyMaple neck25.5 in. scale Block inlays6100 frets 12 in. radius fretboardCorian nutCase sold separately
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Supro 1610Rt Comet 6/14W 1X10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$1,800.00 $1,349.00
Supro 1610Rt Comet 6/14W 1X10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
The Supro 1610 Comet is a high-gain, low-wattage 1x10 combo with reverb, tremolo and switchable power. Designed to act as a go-anywhere companion to your favorite guitars, this lightweight tube amp cranks out 6-Watts or 14-Watts of screaming hot vintage tone with an on-board option to drench your sound in tube-driven reverb and tremolo. The Comet is your desert-island tube amplifier.The preamp found in the Comet delivers warm, blooming clean tones up until 12-o-clock on the volume knob. Past noon, the Comets voice rolls over into Supro crunch, giving way to a singing, violin-like overdrive at full volume. The Comet is remarkably high-gain for a vintage flavored amp and it nails that sweet-spot without being too loud for comfort. The Comets vintage correct tremolo effect occurs in the preamp, before the reverb. This 12AX7-based tremolo circuit allows for wider overall speed range and a deeper effect as compared to Supro's louder models, where the tremolo happens in the power tubes, after the reverb. The power-amp found in the Comet uses a single 6L6 tube with switchable plate voltage to achieve studio and practice friendly 6 Watts or a more robust 14 Watts for stage use. The overdrive that occurs within the Comets single-ended, Class-A output stage is rich in even-order harmonics and soaked in tube compression. True to the legacy of the original, microphone-friendly Supro combos, the Comets exceptional dynamics and ultra-low noise performance make it an ideal recording amp. The Comet is dressed in 1959 Supro cosmetics, with Black Rhino Hide tolex, black piping, white welting and a gold faceplate. Similar in construction to the award-winning Black Magick and Supreme amplifier models, there is no beam blocker in front of the Comets custom-made CR10 speaker, facilitating maximum throw and crystal-clear treble response from this compact all-tube masterpiece. A matching 1700 BD12-loaded, 1x12 extension cabinet can also be hPower: 14W (tube)Power switching from 6W to 14WTubes: 12AX7 (preamp); 6L6 (power amp)Speaker: Supro CR10 1x10Built-in tremoloBuilt-in reverbHand-assembled in the U.S.A.
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Supro 1310 Analog Harmonic Tremolo Pedal
$330.00 $229.00
Supro 1310 Analog Harmonic Tremolo Pedal
The 1310 Analog Harmonic Tremolo is an analog stompbox designed to recreate two of the most desirable vacuum tube based modulation effects found in American amplifiers of the 1960s. The Supro 1310 Analog Harmonic Tremolo pedals AMPLITUDE / HARMONIC switch allows the musician to choose between these distinctly different, vintage effects. AMPLITUDE mode provides the traditional swampy, tremolo sounds generated by bias modulating the power tubes in the original Supro amps. HARMONIC mode provides the psychedelic tones of Leo Fenders brownface and blonde amps from the early '60s. Supro has implemented Leos unique harmonic tremolo effect within the output stage of the pedal to create an amp-like modulation experience. The Supro 1310 Analog Harmonic Tremolo pedal features pre-amp and power amp sections, with an actual output transformer deployed to recreate the magnetic saturation and coloration of the original vacuum tube based effects found in these historic amps. Along with the standard modulation controls for speed and depth, the Supro 1310 Analog Harmonic Tremolo also features a gain circuit that allows the musician to overdrive the output stage, right where the modulation effects are created. The GAIN control sets the amount of "preamp" gain in the pedal. As you turn the gain up, the "power amp" circuit will gradually be pushed into overdrive. This control gives you a wide range of sounds from clean to grind, with magnetic saturation occurring as the power section is pushed into overdrive. As you crank up the gain, the overall output level of the Supro 1310 Analog Harmonic Tremolo is automatically compensated in order to maintain consistent signal level. This allows the musician to use the GAIN control to alter the texture of the modulation effects without an overwhelming increase in audio output level. SPEED and DEPTH controls determine the rate and amount of modulation present in the effect. An induSwitchable AMPLITUDE or HARMONIC modesEmulates a Class-A tube amp circuit from end to endAchieves magnetic saturation via output transformerGain control with auto level compensationExpression pedal control for SPEEDAccepts standard 2.1 mm neg. tip power supplyRuns on 9V battery (included)Current draw under 30mAPedal size: 12 cm x 6.5 cm x 6.5 cmOriginal circuit design by Thomas Elliott
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Supro 1791 Black Magick 1X15 Extension Cabinet
$665.00 $499.00
Supro 1791 Black Magick 1X15 Extension Cabinet
For those times when you need a little extra punch and projection from your Supro 1695T Black Magick combo, this 75W 1x15 extension cab delivers the vintage sound to the masses. Loaded with a Supro BD12 15-in. speaker rated at 8 ohms, this American-made box will make sure you're heard loud and clear in any venue.Power handling: 75WSpeaker: 1x12 Supro BD12Impedance: 8 ohm (mono)British Cone2-in. voice coil56 oz. magnetMade by Eminence in USA
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Supro 1790 Black Magick 1X12 Extension Cabinet
$650.00 $485.00
Supro 1790 Black Magick 1X12 Extension Cabinet
For those times when you need a little extra punch and projection from your Supro 1695T Black Magick combo, this 75W 1x12 extension cab delivers the vintage sound to the masses. Loaded with a Supro BD12 12-in. speaker rated at 8 ohms, this American-made box will make sure you're heard loud and clear in any venue.Power handling: 75WSpeaker: 1x12 Supro BD12Impedance: 8 ohm (mono)British Cone2-in. voice coil56 oz. magnetMade by Eminence in USA
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Supro 1675Rt Rhythm Master 35/45/60W 1X15 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$2,150.00 $1,599.00
Supro 1675Rt Rhythm Master 35/45/60W 1X15 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
For those players who love the huge, bold sound of the 115 Thunderbolt amp, but need a lush, all-tube reverb to fill out their sound, Supro presents the 1675RT Rhythm Master amplifier. Rooted in Supro tradition, this vintage-inspired model is loaded with independent bass and treble controls, six-spring long pan reverb, output tube tremolo and switchable Class A / Class AB power amp wiring for 35, 45 or 60 watts of vintage American tone.The Rhythm Masters USA made custom 15-in. driver is the most accurate and true sounding 15-in. guitar speaker on the market, with a full, broadband sound that is never muddy. To create this signature speaker, Supro worked with Eminence to combine the best elements of its favorite vintage 15-in. speakers (Jensen C15PS and JBL D130) with modern construction methods and materials to achieve a vintage voiced driver with superior power handling and juicy bottom end.The unique power amp topology of the Rhythm Master not only allows for players to change the texture and output volume of the amp but it also provides two very different, all-tube tremolo effects depending on whether Class A (cathode bias) or Class AB (grid bias) mode is selected. The cathode bias tremolo is vintage Valco/Supro all the way, where the overall depth of the effect changes along with the dynamics of your playing. The grid bias tremolo is gives a much deeper, stronger and more pronounced throbbing effect. Since the tremolo is performed by modulating the bias of the output tubes, the reverb necessarily comes before the tremolo effect, for a mesmerizing combination of pure tube reverb and tremolo when both effects are combined.Power: 60W, 45W (Class-AB); 35W (Class-A)Tubes: four 12AX7, one 12AT7, two 5881/6L6, one 5U4Single channelTwo inputsSpeaker: 1x15 Supro TB15 SpeakerControls: Independent bass and treble, volume, reverb, tremoloBlue Rhino Hide tolexDimensions: 23.6 in. x 19 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 45lbsAssembled in USAEngineered by Bruce Zinky, Thomas Elliott and David Koltai
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Supro Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
$265.00 $199.99
Supro Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
There is no better pedal for transparently driving a tube amp than the Supro Boost. This J-FET based pedal design delivers up to 20db noiseless gain boost plus optional High Pass or Low Pass filtering to contour your sound. Simple, straight-forward and effective, the Supro Boost pedal remains clean and sweet at all settings, no matter how hard you push it with other pedals earlier in the chain. The Supro boost also remains frequency linear as the gain is adjusted, allowing the musician to set the desired level of boost without sacrificing overall tone or requiring them to adjust their amp's EQ settings to compensate. The Supro Boost pedal sports a simple control layout with a single Volume knob and an oversized toggle switch to select BRIGHT, FLAT or DARK overall frequency response. The BRIGHT mode enables a 3db/octave HP (high pass) filter. This setting is useful for thinning out humbucker guitars when adding boost to increase sparkle and prevent mud. The DARK mode enables a 3db/octave LP (low pass) filter. This setting is useful for fattening up single coil guitars when adding boost, to increase warmth and prevent harshness. Taking the boost pedal one step further, the Supro Boost offers a TRS port for expression pedal control of the VOLUME knob. This effectively turns the Supro Boost pedal into a high-fidelity, active volume pedal with user-adjustable minimum and maximum settings. With the expression pedal in use, the on-board VOLUME knob sets the maximum value while a user-adjustable, internal trimmer sets the minimum volume. All Supro pedals are assembled in Port Jefferson, NY, USA, featuring custom-tooled, anodized, brushed-aluminum enclosures, 9V battery or AC powered operation, rear-mounted metal jacks, easy-access side-mounted battery drawer and studio-friendly, noiseless (click-free) true-bypass switching.Frequency linear boost up to 20db6db per octave High Pass Filter option6db per octave Low Pass Filter optionExpression pedal control for VOLUMEAccepts standard 2.1mm neg. tip power supplyRuns on 9V battery (included)Pedal size: 12cm x 6.5cm x 6.5cmCurrent Draw below 20mAOriginal circuit design by Thomas Elliott
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Supro Drive Guitar Effects Pedal
$300.00 $219.99
Supro Drive Guitar Effects Pedal
No other pedal sounds more like a real Supro amp than the Supro Drive. This groundbreaking analog pedal re-creates the circuitry of a Supro amp, from end to end, including an actual output transformer. As the Supro sound has gained widespread popular recognition as a pillar of classic rock guitar tone, numerous amp and pedal companies claim to have captured our coveted sound by cloning the original Supro preamp, in stompbox format. They all got it wrong! The real tone of a genuine Supro amp has everything to do with the unique phase inverter design, Class A power amp section and the magnetic saturation that occurs via the old-school transformers found in these vintage tone machines. In short, the iconic sound of a Supro amp being pushed into overdrive has everything to do with the POWER AMP. Harnessing the expertise we've developed through re-imagining and successfully manufacturing the 1960's Supro tube amplifier lineup, Supro USA has captured the legendary magic of a Supro tube amp by completely re-thinking our approach to stompbox design. Rather than approximating the sound of our amps using standard techniques, engineer Thomas Elliot created an all-new circuit which mimics every aspect of the Supro tube amp. This unique approach yields the most realistic-sounding overdrive pedal ever made, with greater range of gain, dynamics and natural compression than the Tube Screamer, Klon or any of their many derivatives. The Supro Drive is an original, landmark design that raises the bar for overdrive pedals. The Supro Drive pedal sports a simple control layout with Volume, Gain and Tone knobs as well as a toggle switch to select between the different windings of our custom, multi-tapped output transformereither for high-headroom BOLD sounds, or more compressed, high-gain RICH tones. Taking the overdrive pedal platform one step further, the Supro Drive offers a TRS port for expression pedal control of the GAIN knob. With the expression pedal in use, tEmulates a Class-A Supro amp from end to endAchieves magnetic saturation via output transformerSwitchable RICH or BOLD transformer windings selectionExpression pedal control for GAINAccepts standard 2.1mm neg. tip power supplyRuns on 9V battery (included)Pedal size: 12cm x 6.5cm x 6.5cmCurrent Draw below 20mAOriginal circuit design by Thomas Elliott
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Supro Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
$265.00 $199.99
Supro Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
What if you combine the ruthless sustain of a silver box Big Muff with the harmonic signature of a Tone Bender MkII and the unrivaled touch dynamics of a germanium Fuzz Face? Would you get the ultimate vintage Fuzz pedal? Supro thinks so. The Supro Fuzz takes this "best-of-all-worlds" approach to old-school fuzz using an N.O.S. Germanium transistor in the first stage, followed by secondary, silicon-based gain and a dash of our special sauce to create a low-noise, high-gain fuzz box that will leave you deaf and breathless. Whether youre looking for a touch-sensitive, vintage 60's flavor or a full-on wall of modern sonic destruction, the Supro Fuzz delivers the goods while keeping your noise floor amazingly low. The Supro Fuzz pedal sports a simple control layout with Volume, Gain, Treble and Bass knobs. The independent EQ found on this pedal is drawn from the award-winning tone stack found in our flagship tube amplifiers, offering a huge range of adjustability without the frustrating limitations of a more traditional, one-knob EQ design. Both Bass and Treble controls are capable of cutting or boosting within their respective frequency bands, with each control designed to deliver the widest possible range of usable tones while remaining musical at all settings. Taking the fuzz pedal one step further, the Supro Fuzz offers a TRS port for expression pedal control of the TREBLE knob. With the expression pedal in use, the on-board TREBLE knob sets the maximum value, allowing the musician to accentuate or tame the abundant high frequency content of the fuzz sound. All Supro pedals are assembled in Port Jefferson, NY, USA, featuring custom-tooled, anodized, brushed-aluminum enclosures, 9V battery or AC powered operation, rear-mounted metal jacks, easy-access side-mounted battery drawer and studio-friendly, noiseless (click-free) true-bypass switching.Fuzz Face dynamics, Big Muff sustain and Tone Bender harmonicsNOS UK made Germanium transistor front end2-band Treble / Bass EQ controlsExpression pedal control for TREBLEAccepts standard 2.1mm neg. tip power supplyRuns on 9V battery (included)Pedal size: 12cm x 6.5cm x 6.5cmCurrent Draw below 20mAOriginal circuit design by Thomas Elliott
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Supro 1695T Black Magick 25W 1X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$1,999.00 $1,499.00
Supro 1695T Black Magick 25W 1X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
Black Magick, a recreation of one of rock and rolls holy-grail amplifiers, is an all-tube, high-gain blues machine that hearkens back to the dimensions, cosmetics and circuitry of the Supro amps from 1959, just like the one donated by Jimmy Page to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum. In tribute to this legendary and extensively modified combo, Supro's engineers used the cabinet dimensions from a '59 Supro 2x10 and replaced the baffle with a 1x12, arming the 25-watt combo with a custom, British-voiced speaker specially developed for the Black Magick amp.The preamp found in the Black Magick features two channels wired in parallel, with independent volume controls and a single, shared tone control. The vintage-correct front-end topology of the original 1959 Supro combos has been streamlined in the Black Magick, with automatic linking of channels 1 and 2 when using only the first input jack. This flexible arrangement provides double the gain when used with one instrument and also allows for two instruments to share the same Black Magick or for the use of an A/B/Y box to achieve channel-switching on the fly.With more gain on tap than any other Supro reissue, Black Magick absolutely rips for heavy blues and classic rock guitar styles. This amps traditional, cathode-biased Class-A power section uses 6973 tubes to achieve the instantly recognizable midrange grind and phenomenal touch dynamics that define the Supro sound. A complete range of tones from warm cleans to heavy distortion can be accessed by simply adjusting the volume knob on your instrument. The signature Supro power tube tremolo adds footswitchable depth and dimension to this historic rock and roll machine.Power: 25W (tube)Tubes: four 12AX7 (preamp); two 6973 (power amp)Two channels with parallel linkSpeaker: 1x12 custom-voiced Supro BD12Controls: volume, tone, tremolo speed, tremolo depthFX: Footswitchable tube tremoloGold faceplateBlack rhino hide tolexAssembled in NY, U.S.A.
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Supro 1688T Big Star 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$2,400.00 $1,799.99
Supro 1688T Big Star 25W 2X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
The 1688T Big Star is the largest and most aggressive Supro 1964 Reissue amplifier. This all-tube luxury 2x12 combines the instantly recognizable tone of the Supro Class-A power amp with a pair of custom 12 drivers housed in a wide-body, vintage correct cabinet to create a larger-than-life guitar sound at a functional gigging volume. The Supro Big Star reissue features two channels wired in parallel with automatic linking of both channels when only the first input is used. Like a vintage Supro, the bass EQ on the first channel of the Big Star is voiced approximately one octave below the second channel. Combining these two complimentary channels together yields a huge, wide-range sound that captures the complex midrange texture of the original top-of-the-line Supro amp. This easy-to-use and versatile input scheme also allows for two instruments to share the same amp and provides channel switching with a simple A/B box. The two parallel preamp channels sum together into the swampy output tube tremolo and power section. This historic amplifiers cathode biased, Class-A power section provides whisper-quiet, low-noise performance with exceptional touch dynamics and generous amounts of power tube saturation. The unique Supro power amp allows players to run this rig at full volume on stage or in the studio, while using their hands to control the texture of the sound. The 1688T Big Star provides a huge variety of classic tones ranging from warm jazz to dirty blues and high-gain rock simply by adjusting your guitars volume knob. This is a bona-fine Supro reissue, designed by Bruce Zinky & Thomas Elliot and hand-assembled in Long Island, USA. It will rock your world.Power: 25W (tube)Tubes: four 12AX7 (preamp); two 6973 (power amp)Two channels with parallel linkTwo inputsSpeakers: 2x12 Supro DT12 Built-in tube tremoloBlue rhino hide tolexDimensions: 27.8 in. x 18 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 50 lbs.Assembled in the U.S.A.
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Supro 1650Rt Royal Reverb 35/45/60W 2X10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$1,995.00 $1,499.00
Supro 1650Rt Royal Reverb 35/45/60W 2X10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
The 1650RT Royal Reverb is the flagship tube amplifier of the Supro line. This retro-modern masterpiece updates the mid-'60s classic with an all-tube feature set designed to deliver superior sonic flexibility and ample headroom along with enough stage volume to handle any gig.The blue rhino hide tolex, compact physical dimensions and fundamental circuit topology are all derived from the original 210 Supro Royal Reverb combo amplifier. Like its vintage counterpart, the new Royal Reverbs power tube tremolo comes after the reverb pan, lending an ethereal shake and wobble to the enveloping wash of tube-driven spring reverb.Independent treble and bass controls in the preamp provide enhanced tonal control while Supro's unique, 3-way switchable power scheme allows the musician to coax a wide variety of texture from the 6L6-fueled power amp. The 35-Watt Class A (Cathode Bias) and 45-Watt Class AB (Grid Bias) modes both deliver the more spongy character of the 5U4 tube rectifier while the 60-Watt Class AB mode makes use of a silicon rectifier to achieve faster transient response with maximum available headroom and volume.The unique Class A / Class AB switchability of the Royal Reverb model effectively equips this amp with two distinct tremolo voices. Set to Class A mode, the tremolo is pure vintage Supro, with its distinctive asymmetrical rhythm and overall depth dependant on how hard the output tubes are being pushed. Set to Class AB mode, the tremolo gets much deeper, with greater symmetry and overall range of amplitude modulation.The Supro Royal Reverb carries a long, six-spring reverb pan with all-tube reverb drive; recovery stages provide warm and smooth reverb that surrounds the note. From subtle ambience to massive splashing surf madness, the Royal Reverb lives up to its name in every way.Power: 35 watt (Class A, cathode bias); 45 watt (Class AB, grid bias); 60 watts (Class AB)Tubes: four 12AX7; one 12AT7; two 6L6; one 5U4Single channelSingle inputSpeakers: 2x10 Supro CR10Controls: 2-band EQ, volume, reverb, speed, depth, three-way rectifier power/class switchingFX: Reverb, tremoloBlue Rhino Hide tolexDimensions: 23.6 in. x 16 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 65 lbs.Assembled in NY, U.S.A.
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Supro S6420+ Thunderbolt Plus 35W 1X15 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$1,735.00 $1,299.00
Supro S6420+ Thunderbolt Plus 35W 1X15 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
The Supro Thunderbolt Plus amplifier adds switchable power-amp topology to the legendary 1964 Supro Thunderbolt, giving you the original 35-Watt Class A Cathode bias sound as well as beefy 45-Watt and 60-Watt Grid bias modes for additional headroom and tonal variation. This unique design is implemented via a three-way selector switch on the front panel.Normal and extra-hot input options, combined with a wide range of available gain on tap, allow you to fine-tune the texture and response of this amps massive sound. Turned all the way up, the Thunderbolt exhibits nearly zero self-noise, yet it puts out enough volume to be easily heard on large venue and theatre stages, with overdrive completely controlled by the guitars volume knob. The 35-Watt and 45-Watt modes both deliver the sag and bluster of the 5U4 tube rectifier while the 60-Watt mode uses a silicon rectifier to unleash maximum Thunderbolt power. The 60-Watt modes faster transient response and ample headroom is wonderful for pedals, and brings the Supro sound loud and clear to any size venue.Massive custom transformers and lightweight, vintage-correct cabinetrycombined with the best sounding 15 guitar speaker money can buyput the Thunderbolt in a class of its own. With the amp turned all the way up, chords ring with exceptional clarity and definition amidst copious amounts of tube overdrive and output-stage saturation. The variable power switching found in the Thunderbolt Plus model is an over-the-top hot-rod custom luxury guitar experience.Power: 35 watts (Class A, with tube rectifier); 45 watts (Class AB with tube rectifier); 60 watts (Class AB with silicon rectifier)Tubes: two 12AX7; two 6L6; one 5U4Single channelTwo inputsSpeaker: 1x15 Supro TB15Controls: tone, volume, 3-way power-amp switching knobBlue Rhino Hide tolexDimensions: 23.6 in. x 19 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 45 lbs.Assembled in the U.S.A.
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Supro 1624T Dual-Tone 24W 1X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
$1,595.00 $1,199.00
Supro 1624T Dual-Tone 24W 1X12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
The Dual-Tone 1x12 combo amplifier is the undeniable rock star of the mid-'60s Supro amplifier lineup. Vintage 1624T amps have been sought-after for decades because they embody the most desirable aspects of the Supro sound. As the Dual-Tones volume knob is turned beyond noon, a fat and compressed clean tone evolves into an immediately recognizable grind that remains articulate and listenable even when turned up to full blast.This 24-Watt, 1x12 tube combo can easily be driven to glorious saturation at a manageable gigging volume while retaining exceptional clarity and bandwidth, at any level of gain. This amps unique mojo is largely defined by the use of 6973 power tubes in the amplifiers output stage. These robust 9-pin tubes were employed extensively in the mid- and low-power Supro amps made 50 years ago. 6973 tubes look like EL84s but they deliver a distinctly American voice that has been missing from the world of tube amplifiers for far too long.The Dual-Tones linkable channels each sport volume and tone controls as well as a shared tremolo circuit. Plugging into IN 1+2 links both preamp channels in parallel for double the input signal and double the gain. This clever topology lets you hit the power amp as hard as necessary and even allows channel switching in its purest form, using a simple A/B switch.The 1964 reissue Supro Dual-Tones vintage-correct, lightweight cabinetcombined with our breathtaking custom 12 Supro speakerkicks out surprisingly plump low end with all the detailed midrange and high end articulation that defines the Supro tone players have been chasing for decades. Loud enough to gig with a band, yet easy to haul around town, the Supro Dual-Tone is the perfect small club and recording amplifier.Power: 24 watts (tube)Tubes: four 12AX7; two 6973Two channelsTwo inputsSpeaker: 1x12 Supro DT12Controls: volume, tone, speed, depthFX: tube tremoloBlue Rhino Hide tolexDimensions: 23.6 in. x 16 in. x 10.5 in.Weight: 34 lbs.Assembled in the U.S.A.
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