The 1648RT Saturn Reverb MkII amplifier is a future-retro amplifier designed for the working player who needs a lightweight, vintage-flavored amp with world-class tube reverb. This 25-Watt, Class-A 1×12 luxury combo is powered by a pair of 6V6 tubes giving you the ultimate in tactile response and signature Supro breakup at manageable gigging volume.
The Saturn Reverb’s amazingly low noise floor makes this amp perfect for players who prefer to crank the amp and use the guitar’s volume knob to control texture and dynamics. Independent Treble and Bass controls allow the musician to fine tune the frequency response of the preamp to accommodate a wide range of pickups and varied stage environments.
The Saturn Reverb’s blue rhino hide tolex, vintage-correct cabinetry and fundamental circuit topology are all drawn from the original Supro Reverb combos of the mid 60’s. Like its ancestors, the new Saturn Reverb’s power-tube tremolo comes after the reverb pan, lending an ethereal shake and wobble to the enveloping wash of tube-driven spring reverb. The Supro Saturn Reverb’s 3-spring, 8” long reverb pan and all-tube reverb drive and recovery stages provide warm and smooth ‘verb that “surrounds the note” without getting in the way, even when the amplifier is cranked all the way up for maximum grind.
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.
Unobstructed, Class A all-tube goodness propelled by the Jensen P12Q speaker.
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.