Video: Supro's New Trifecta of Tone—1275JB Tri Tone Guitar, Blues King 12 Amp, and 1313 Analog Delay

Supro kicked off the NAMM release announcements early this year, unveiling its new Blues King 12 amplifier back in early January. A new stompbox—the 1313 Analog Delay—followed soon after. But that wasn't all that's new with Supro. Today, on the first day of the NAMM 2019 convention, the brand is adding a new guitar to the roster—the 1275JB Tri Tone. In the video above, Reverb's Andy Martin is taking a closer look at the trifecta.

In case you missed our initial coverage from last week, the 1313 Analog Delay is a bucket-brigrade-fueled, all-analog delay that delivers everything from warm slapback echo to clean, distinct repeats up to 600 milliseconds.

Running through that stompbox is the new 1275JB Tri Tone guitar, which is a reincarnation of the brand's Triple Tone from 1959. It features two Vistatone single-coil pickups in the neck and middle positions and a Supro Alnico in the bridge. And the whole chain is going into the new Supro Blues King 12—a souped-up competitor to Fender's Blues Junior—retailing at just $599 USD. It's a 15-watt, 1x12 combo with spring reverb and onboard FET boost.

Be sure to check out the full video for a taste of what these new Supro products can do. Click any of the links above to order your own Blues King 12 and 1313 Analog Delay right here on Reverb, and check back soon for availability of the 1275JB Tri Tone guitar. To follow along with the rest of our gear news from NAMM 2019, find our our ongoing coverage.

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