Just in at Diablo Guitars is this amazing sounding 1971 Fender Super Reverb 40 watt 4 x 10 Combo Amp..
Clear, crisp and articulate, yet with very playable dynamics and an appealing breakup when distortion sets in, the Silverface sonic template is defined by a slightly scooped (midrange-recessed) voicing, with firm lows and somewhat glassy, sparkling highs.
These characteristics not only make the Super Reverb great for twangy country or jangly West Coast guitar styles but also perfect for stinging blues and driving rock when cranked up, or even warm, rich jazz when reined in and EQ’d for a mellower voice.
The Super Reverb’s detailed soundstage and dynamic, articulate transition from clean into overdrive when played hard has made it a favorite of many blues guitarists throughout the years.
– Speakers: Vintage CTS 40 watt Alnico Speakers dated to 1969 – 137-6949D
– Power Transformer: Vintage 1970 – 606048
– Choke: Vintage 1970 – 606050
– Output Transformer: Vintage 1970 – 606047
– Reverb Transformer: Vintage 1971 – 606107
– Serial Number: A 49522
– V1 – Tung Sol 5751 (Reissue)
– V2 – GE ECC83 (Vintage)
– V3 –
RCA 12AT7 (Vintage)
– V4 – RCA 12AX7A (Vintage)
– V5 – JJ ECC83 – (New)
– V6 – Dumont 12AT7 (Vintage)
Power Tubes – RCA 6L6GC (Vintage)
Rectifier Tube – RCA 5U4 GB (Vintage)