Supro has unveiled two more guitar combo recreations that will be officially introduced during the brand's comeback at at the Winter NAMM Show 2014.
Besides the S6420 Thunderbolt and 1624T Dual-Tone introduced last week (here is more info), Supro will bring to the Winter NAMM Show 2014 the S6450R Thunderstorm and 1690T Coronado all-tube combo amps.
The first one is a 1×15 model conceived to deliver up to 60W. It employs two parallel channels, a 3-band EQ, a switchable gain boost, and an all-tube reverb. The amp uses 6L6 power tubes and features a three-way rectifying option to adjust the output power (35W / 45W / 60W) according to the situation (studio, club or larger venues).
The 1690T Coronado is presented as a versatile combo that revives the 1960's South-side Chicago blues sound. The amp has two channels, a tremolo, a class A power amp with two 6L6 tubes, and a pair of Supro CR10 10” speakers.
The details of all new models will be made public soon at suprousa.com.
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