Fender Super Reverb Silverface original vintage c 1970 USA combo amp
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The Fender Super Reverb 45-watt tube combo guitar amplifier was offered in a silverface finish between 1968 and 1982, although some early silverface finished units still had blackface circuitry. Well-known for its scooped mids, the Super Reverb features the same design as the Fender Super, but with the addition of built-in reverb and tremolo effects as well as four 10" speakers. Famous Super Reverb players include Johnny Marr, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robben Ford, and Derek Trucks.

Product Specs

  • Super Reverb
  • Silverface
  • 1968 - 1978
Made In
  • United States

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Reviews for the Fender Super Reverb Silverface
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  • Love the Super

    You can never go wrong with any old Fender tube amp. I have many. My Super, being a 1969, is fabulous. It is literally a wall of sound. Tweak the controls once and you're ready to do the entire gig. That's the way all amps should be.

  • Verified Purchase

    Clean & clear, a magic amplifier. Everything I've bought from Bob is ear-ringing. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

  • Great clean amp and pedal platform

    My Super Reverb is a '68, which actually has the AB763 (Blackface circut). The Silverface units are not bad at all and can be had cheaper than a Blackface, even the ones with the exact same circuit. If you really want a Blackface, any competent tech would be able to easily convert a Silverface circu…

  • Under appreciated because of its size and weight -but oh, what a sound!

    Not the current in-vogue amp mainly because old guys don't like to lug it around. Overall, the sound is grand and very controllable in timbre and quality from low bedroom volumes on up, but blossoms into glorious distortion when pushed (7+, but by this point it's too loud for most homes and apartmen…