1967 Fender Super Reverb

This is a vintage 1967 Fender Super Reverb -Amp electric guitar amplifier. This particular AB763 example, serial number A22210, is in extremely excellent, near mint, 100% all original condition and includes the original footswitch and Victoria vinyl protective cover! Perfectly preserved in every way, this immaculate example is entirely original and exhibits absolutely no evidence of wear. From every last tube to each individual capacitor, this amp is completely stock and has not been modified in any way whatsoever. Fender’s largest Blackface combo amp, the serious size of this model in particular has proven it difficult to transport carefully and store with care, which renders the brilliant condition of this example that much more special. Fender amp enthusiasts and connoisseurs of clean alike will surely be excited by the sight of this super Fender Super Reverb.

Serial Number: A22210
Tube Chart Stamp: QD (April, 1967)
Speaker Code: N/A (under blue Fender sticker on the magnets)
Transformer Codes: 606646, -606-6-40, –606645, 606719

The Fender Super Reverb features: (1) GZ34 rectifier tube, (2) 6L6 power tubes, (3) 7025, (2) 12AT7, and (1) 12AX7, all of which are original RCA/Telefunken tubes through (4) Oxford 10″ speakers. All transformers and all four speakers are in excellent original shape.

Since this amp is in perfectly intact all original condition, it was necessary to slowly power up this Super Reverb using a Variac in an effort to properly reform the electrolytic capacitors for posterity’s sake. The amp was thoroughly tested, a process which was thoroughly enjoyed. The amp works perfectly and it sounds fantastic. The incredibly rich reverb nicely complements the pronounced and articulate nature of the tone. The quad of 10″ speakers provide unparalleled presence, perfect for anything from clean surf sounds and mellow jazz to rockin’ rhythm and a sweet overdrive when turned up.

Perfect for connoisseurs of clean, serious Fender collectors, and those who appreciate a usable investment, it would be difficult to find a better example!