by Marcus Schmahl | Approximate reading time: 1 Minute
Supro Amp Black Magick

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Want to play “Stairway to Heaven” and can’t hold it back any longer? But seeing as you’re the demanding type, you want a sound that’s true to the original? Seeing as talent – ahem – surely won’t be an issue, how about simply getting yourself the right amp for this sonic endeavour? Well, the original amp from 1959 is long gone…


With the Black Magick amp, Supro are now bringing this classic design back: A recreation of Jimmy Page’s own amp with 25 Watts and a couple of twists such as a 1×12 British-voiced custom speaker.

Supro Black Magick Panel

Panel of Supro Black Magick Amp · Source: Supro

The preamp section features two parallel channels with independent volume controls and a common tone control. When using only the first input jack, channel one and two are automatically linked for double gain. According to Supro, “Black Magick absolutely rips for heavy blues and classic rock guitar styles”. They promise the complete range of tones from warm clean sounds to heavy distortion by simply adjusting your instrument’s volume knob. Footswitchable depth and dimension are added to the sound with the signature Supro power tube tremolo.
– Vintage Supro Cosmetics and Circuitry
– Two channels with Parallel Link and shared tone control
– Output Tube Tremolo with footswitch jack
– 25 Watts Cathode-Bias “Class-A” Power Amp
– 1×12 Custom Voiced Supro BD12 speaker
– 4x 12AX7EH
– 2x 6973 power tubes
– Gold Faceplate
– Black Rhino Hide Tolex
– Assembled in NY, USA


Availability: March 2016

PRICE: $1,499 USD, European prices TBC

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Supro Amp Black Magick

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