Click To Read More About This Product Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks.It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.Black Magick, a recreation of one of rock and roll’s holy-grail amplifiers, is an all-tube, high-gain blues machine that hearkens back to the dimensions, cosmetics and circuitry of the Supro amps from 1959, just like the one donated by Jimmy Page to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.In tribute to this legendary and extensively modified combo, Supro's engineers used the cabinet dimensions from a '59 Supro 2x10 and replaced the baffle with a 1x12, arming the 25-watt combo with a custom, British-voiced speaker specially developed for the Black Magick amp.The reverb sounds pretty acceptable if you just blend it in enough to hear it, but fine tuning the intensity control is the key and puts the already great sounding amp over the top.A versatile and fine little amp that is one of the best sounding Valco’s I’ve owned so far.That is 42 years of helping to give the emergence rock n’ roll and popular music an electric voice. There are a lot of expectations on a company with such a history when they make a return, especially after being away for so long.
Past noon, the Comet’s voice rolls over into Supro crunch, giving way to a singing, violin-like overdrive at full volume.
This 12AX7-based tremolo circuit allows for wider overall speed range and a deeper effect as compared to Supro's louder models, where the tremolo happens in the power tubes, after the reverb.
Black Magick, a recreation of one of rock and roll’s holy-grail amplifiers, is an all-tube, high-gain blues machine that hearkens back to the dimensions, cosmetics and circuitry of the Supro amps from...
This amp’s traditional, cathode-biased “Class-A” power section uses 6973 tubes to achieve the instantly recognizable midrange grind and phenomenal touch dynamics that define the Supro sound.
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