One of the only things better than an amp screaming with Supro tone is an amp like the Statesman that can scream with two classic Supro tones. You’ll love the versatility of this amp. The Red channel replicates the company’s Thunderbolt amplifier, while the Blue channel’s Supro Comet tone is by far nastier. But the Statesman’s flexibility doesn’t stop there! You’ll also have footswitchable control of your tube-driven spring reverb and effects loop. For such a pure-sounding amp, there’s a lot waiting under the hood of the Supro Statesman.
Price: CHF 1’540.00
The flagship tube amplifier of the Supro line, the 1650RT Royal Reverb is a retro-modern update of the mid-’60s classic. Oozing with sonic flexibility and ample headroom, the 1650RT gives you enough stage volume to handle any gig. On top of that, independent treble and bass controls in its preamp give you phenomenal tonal versatility, while its 3-way switchable power scheme allows you to coax a myriad of textures and tones out of its remarkable 6L6-fueled power amp. Covered with Supro’s trademark blue rhino hide tolex and topped off with tube-driven tremolo and spring reverb, the 1650RT is primed to provide you with loads of vintage vibe and classic Supro tone!
Price: CHF 1’639.00
Supro’s 1610 Comet all-tube electric guitar combo amplifier screams with vintage-voiced grit that will bring out the best in all your guitars. Its straightforward circuitry is aimed at players who want to crank the volume and receive thick, old-school amp distortion. You’ll also find tube-driven reverb and tremolo onboard. All this in a 14-watt, 10″ combo amp that is impressively convenient for gigging guitarists. And the 1610 Comet comes clothed in Supro’s retro 1959 Black Rhino Hide Tolex and gold faceplate.
Price: CHF 1’479.00
Just in time for its 50th anniversary, Supro has reissued the S6420 Thunderbolt tube guitar amplifier. Like the Fender Bassman, the Thunderbolt was originally intended to be a bass amplifier. While far from a stellar bass amp, the Thunderbolt quickly became a holy grail tone device for electric guitar players. Indeed, the first time you crank up this Thunderbolt reissue, you’ll be treated to a huge, raw, overdriven, rock ’n‘ roll tone cascading from a custom designed 15″ Supro TB15 speaker. Simplistic, sporting only a tone and volume control, the Supro S6420 Thunderbolt tube guitar amplifier’s cathode-biased 6L6 output section produces 35 watts of pure rock ’n‘ roll power.
Price: CHF 1’490.00
Supro’s 1695T Black Magick electric guitar combo amplifier is engineered to replicate the highly customized Supro that Jimmy Page used to record much of the early Zeppelin guitar tracks. The Black Magick is the highest-gain amp in Supro’s line, which makes it fantastic for attaining huge rock sounds. And the two channels can be run independently or in parallel for even more crunch and tone-shaping options. The Supro 1695T Black Magick combo amplifier will instantly take you back to the tones of „Good Times Bad Times“ and „Communication Breakdown.“
Price: CHF 1’798.00