Artist videos, reviews and demos for every Supro product.
Listen to N Stuff Music demo the Black Magick Reverb
Supro’s Black Magick electric guitar amplifier head is engineered to replicate the sound of the highly customized Supro that Jimmy Page used to record much of the early Zeppelin guitar tracks.
Adam takes a look at the Supro Black Magick Head and is joined by guitarist Owen Fear to give it some Led Zeppelin goodness!
Resident Supro shred-master Rick Devita lays it down on the new Supro Blues King 10!
Sam Bell reviews the Supro Blues King 12. A combo amplifier that captures the vintage Supro amp tone that helped sculpt the sound of early electric Rock & Roll and the British Invasion of the 1960s.
Guitarist Richard Fortus lays down some classic GnR riffs through his Supro Black Magick amplifier.
Our friends at Guitar Gear Demos plays through the 1605R Reverb
The Black Magick Reverb amplifier adds artist-requested features to the award-winning recreation of the vintage Supro amp loaned by Jimmy Page to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.
Guitarist Magazine plays through the Black Magick Reverb for a review in Issue 438
Welcome back to ProGuitarShop and ToneReport.com. Next, we’re showcasing the Supro 1605R Reverb 1×8 combo. The Supro Reverb is a mean five-watt class-A rock machine that makes itself at home in both the stage and the recording studio, The Supro Reverb gives you a full complement of four tubes including two 12AX7 and one 6V6 output, along with a 12AT7 that drives a hearty reverb section that sounds just like the mojo-drenched spring tanks found on classic records.
In this video, we sit down with Robert Keeley, owner of Keeley Electronics, and co designer of the new Supro Keeley Custom 1970RK combo amplifier, to talk about its features and design backstory.