The “Dual-Tone” 1 x 12 combo amplifier is the undeniable rock star of the mid 60’s Supro amplifier lineup. Vintage 1624T amps have been sought-after for decades because they embody the most desirable aspects of the Supro sound. As the Dual-Tone’s volume knob is turned beyond noon, a fat and compressed clean tone evolves into an immediately recognizable grind that remains articulate and listenable even when turned up to full blast.
A modern rendition of the low-wattage Supro amplifiers that were produced in Chicago during the mid 1950s, plus a line out for direct recording.
Delivers the authentic 6V6-powered tube-amp tone of the Chicago-made Supro combos from the 1950s along with genuine analog spring reverb.
Captures the vintage Supro amp tone that helped sculpt the sound of early electric Rock & Roll and the British Invasion of the 1960s. A host of features and 15 watts of power.
Featuring tube-driven spring reverb, independent gain and master volume controls, 2-band EQ and three tube-driven line-outputs.
Reissue of the iconic single knob 1x8 combo amp made by Supro in the early 60s. Because sometimes you only need one knob.
The perfect pedal platform, but bigger. Designed in collaboration with Robert Keeley of Keeley Electronics. Propelled by a Celestion Creamback speaker.