Supro 1622RT Tremp-Verb 64-reissue 25w Amp

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Supro 1622RT Tremp-Verb 64-reissue 25w Amp

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Supro 1622RT Tremp-Verb 64-reissue 25w Amp - Description

The 1622RT Tremo‐Verb is a feature‐rich update to the coveted late‐60’s Supro 1×10 combo platform. 
This compact, Class‐A, 6973‐powered bruiser pushes a LOUD 25 watts through our custom made 10” speaker to capture the old‐schoolSupro magic. 
Tremo‐verb is, without a doubt, pound‐for‐pound the most potent tube amp in the Supro line. 
This amp has ample headroom to use with pedals, maintaining exceptional clarity and sparkle even above 12‐o’clock on the volume knob as the amp rolls over into glorious all‐tube overdrive.

Supro 1622RT Tremp-Verb 25w Amp Features:

• Class‐A Cathode‐biased vintage design
• Independent BASS and TREBLE controls
• All‐tube reverb
• Output‐tube tremolo
• 25 Watts, Class‐A
• 2x 6973 power tubes
• 1x 12AT7
• 4x 12AX7
• 1×10 Supro CR10 speaker
• Cab size: 49cm x 24cm x 35.5cm @ 13.6kg
• Blue Rhino Hide tolex
• Assembled in NY, USA

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In 2013, Absara Audio purchased the rights to the Supro brand name from infamous Fender amp designer, Bruce Zinky. In collaboration with Zinky, our Pigtronix design team created a line of Supro 1964 reissue tube amplifiers which first debuted at the 2014 NAMM show. The legacy of Supro amplifiers stretches back to the 1930s and reaches its original peak in the mid 60s with the Blue Rhino hide models that inspired our reissues. While guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix, Link Wray, David Bowie and Dan Auerbach used Supro amps and guitars, no musician is more closely associated with the Supro brand than Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin. It is well known that in 1968, Page used a Tele plugged into a customized 1×12 Supro combo amp to record all of the guitar parts on Led Zeppelin’s debut album. The great irony is that Supro went out of business during that same year! Since then, the raw, blues power of Page’s Chicago-made Supro amplifier has been unattainable unless you had the fortune to acquire a vintage piece.


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