The Supro 1797 1×12 Galaxy Extension cabinet is designed to serve as an ideal match for the channel-switching Galaxy head or combo amplifier. Dressed in black leatherette tolex and sized to fit perfectly underneath a head or combo, the 1×12 Galaxy Extension cabinet uses a partially open-back design that is directly based on the dimensions of Jimmy Page’s late-50’s modified Supro Coronado, which was used to record the Led Zeppelin I album. The Galaxy 1×12 extension cabinet comes loaded with a 75W, British-voiced, Eminence CV75 driver.
Featuring two of our custom BD12 speakers, offering maximum mid-century rock tone.
12" extension cabinet loaded with the Custom BD12 speaker for use with Black Magick and Black Magick Reverb heads and combos.
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.
25 watts of perfect pedal platform, designed in collaboration with Robert Keeley of Keeley Electronics and propelled by a Celestion Creamback speaker.