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Supro Black Magick Black Rhino Combo Valve Amp
Supro Delta King 12 Tweed and Black Combo Valve Amp
Supro 64 Super 5W Combo Valve Amp Blue Rhino
Supro 64 Reverb Blue Rhino 5W Combo Valve Amp
Supro Black Magick Reverb Combo Valve Amp Black Rhino 1696RT
Supro Delta King 10 Tweed and Black Combo Valve Amp
Supro Amulet 110 Combo Valve Amp
Supro Black Magick 2x12 Guitar Cabinet Black Rhino
Supro Black Magick Reverb Valve Amp Head Black Rhino
Supro Royale 112 50 Watt 1x12 Combo Valve Amp
Supro Royale Valve Amp Head
Supro Black Magick Valve Amp Head Black Rhino
Supro Delta King 10 Black Combo Valve Amp
Supro Amulet 1x12 Combo Valve Amp
Supro 1688T Big Star 2x12 Combo Valve Amp (Pre-Owned) #00117
About Supro Amps
Supro Amps are one of the iconic amp brands in the history of rock & roll, famous for their gorgeous all valve tone, clear, rich mids and wide dynamic range. It was this iconic tone that drew in acts like the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, and Jimmy Page who used it to devastating effect paired with his "Dragon" Telecaster on the first few Led Zeppelin albums.
Supro amps have a long and star studded history though they have often flown under the radar and used only by those in the know. Starting way back in 1935 in Chicago, USA producing guitar amps under their own name with their own distinctive art-deco styling. Early models like the Royal Reverb and the Big Star Reverb were all-tube combos with built-in reverb and tremolo circuits. They featured Jensen speakers and were advertised as giving the cleanest sound and the biggest volume of any amp available. Interestingly, Supro can lay claim to being the first commercially available amp with built in reverb!
Supro amps were well regarded for their clear, rich mid frequency response as well as having a wide dynamic range. It was this tone that drew in players such as Jimmy Page who lay down huge tones with a Supro amp and his infamous "Dragon Tele'' on the first few Led Zeppelin albums. After the collapse of their parent company in 1968 Supro fell out of the limelight for many years until the brand was revived in 2013 and slowly built itself back up partnering with Bond Audio (parent company of D’Angelico Guitars and Pigtronix) in 2020. Today Supro brings you the classic age old rock & Roll sound and the familiar yet timeless styling that made them so popular in the 20th century.
Thanks to their modern construction methods and excellent quality control, Supro amps deliver an experience comparable to any boutique amp, without the boutique price tag.
Why Should I Choose a Supro Amp?
- One of the original Rock & Roll Brands
- Fantastic looks
- Used by artists including Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones and David Bowie
- Fantastic retro aesthetic
- Outstanding sound
- Superb reliability
- Fantastic amps at a great price