This winter, Fender brings every serious guitarist's dreams to life by combining classic Fender tones and amazing high-gain distortion with the introduction of the all new Super-Sonic™ series of amplifiers and enclosures. Each of the new amps in the Super-Sonic can be seen—and more importantly, heard—at this winter's NAMM show in Anahiem, California.
Perfect for discriminating electric guitarists, pros who require high-gain and the signature clean tones of a Fender in the same amp, and simply Fender tube amp fans, the Super-Sonic series features a 60 Watt all-tube amp that is available in both Combo or Head format. For the head format, a choice of 2x12 and 4x12 cabinets are available.
For both the combo and the head, a Vintage channel features two selectable voices based on the original circuits of the most sought after classic Fender amps, specifically, the sparkly-toned 1965 Vibrolux® and the thick-toned 1966 Bassman®. Additionally, the Drive channel features a versatile dual-knob, cascading-gain preamp for more creamy sustain and compression than any Fender amplifier ever made.
The matching cabinets are made from high grade Baltic Birch ply for increased resonance, and they are available in a choice of either 1961-style Blonde cover with Oxblood grille cloth, or the new "Black Pepper" cover and grille cloth.
All amplifiers and cabinets in the new Super-Sonic series have been designed by Fender's world class team of engineers in Scottsdale, Arizona, and they are manufactured at Fender's state-of-the-art facility in Corona, California. US MSRP begins at $1,399.99 for the amplifiers, and $699.99 for the cabinets.