Thursday, December 10, 2009

Fender 70's Super Twin Reverb - 6x10 combo amp in Philly for $500




We've all seen these Super Twin Reverb's and thought to ourselves - Geez that's a big freakin' amp. And you know what - you're right. Big and loud, baby. Gonna Rock da House!

Heck, you can get a custom speaker cabinet maker to drop this into a 2x10 and a seperate 4x10 extension cabinet and still not have spent over a grand all together.

70s Fender Super Reverb Amplifier - $500 (East Falls, Philadelphia)

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Date: 2009-12-10, 1:37PM EST
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i've had this amp for about 15 years. the vibrato never worked. the reverb isn't working now, but i had it fixed probably 10 years ago and it worked fine. it's just sat for a long time.

it's a weird/rare amp with six ten-inch speakers. it has a really nice clean tone and if you crank the input volume and then turn up the master volume it gets a really cool overdriven old fender sound.

i wouldn't be getting rid of it if i had the space but it's a bit big for my place. it's 40 inches tall, 27 inches wide and 12 inches deep.

it needs a bit of tlc. if i were a gear head w/ amps i'd fix it and keep it, but it's sat neglected too long!

2 comments:

  1. Hi
    This amp is called a Super Six Reverb.

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  2. That super Six has two 6L6GC output tubes for about 60 watts. A super Twin or the related Studio Bass have 6 6L6GC output tubes in ultralinear mode, for 180 watts. Big difference. Super six is a great guitar amp, but a real super twin or studio bass is better for bass and has MUCH more power.

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