Fender Silverface Quad Reverb

Model/Circuit Number:
Years of Production:
1972 – 1979
Era:
Configuration: Combo
Controls: Silver, forward facing with blue labels
Knobs: Black skirted w/ chrome center, numbered 1 – 10
Faceplate

  • Front: Normal: In, In, Bright Sw, Vol, Treb, Mid, Bass – Vibrato: In, In, Bright Sw, Vol, Treb, Bass, Rev, Speed, Intensity – Master Vol – Pilot Lamp
  • Rear: AC Outlet, Ground Sw, Fuse (2½A), Power Sw, Standby Sw, Speaker Jack, Ex. Speaker Jack, Vibrato Jack, Reverb Jack, Reverb Out, Reverb In

Cabinet

  • Dimensions: 31½ x 26½ x 11½
  • Hardware: Medium Chassis Straps 4 5/8”
  • Handle: Black Strap Handle
  • Feet: Side Mounted Glides
  • Corners: Corner Protectors

 

Covering Material

  • Tolex/Tweed: Black Tolex
  • Grill Cloth: Blue Sparkle Grill Cloth

Logo: Grille mounted, raised, chrome & black script
Weight: 89 3/4 lbs.
Speaker

Effects: Reverb, Tremolo
~Watts: 100 or 135 watts
Tubes

  • Pre amp: 7025
  • Power: 4 x 6L6GC

Bias: Fixed with Bias Pot
Rectifier: Solid State

Comments: A Line Out jack, hum balance pot, and a pull boost sw. were added near the end of the models run.

 

Pricing

Avg Model Year Price Avg Monthly Price Chart Avg Monthly Price
Year Qty Avg Price
1971 1 610
1972 4 607
1973 7 596
1974 4 642
1975 3 480
5 Years 19 591

NOTE: Trend is a linear fit to the weighted per-month average price. It only serves as an abstract notion of general direction of the data and is not to be considered a predictor of future vintage amplifier prices.
Month Qty Avg Price

3 thoughts on “Fender Silverface Quad Reverb

  • July 24, 2011 at 2:33 am
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    I desperately need the push-pull/1 meg master volume pot. Can you help?

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  • October 26, 2017 at 7:51 pm
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    The hum balance pot, line out jack and distortion switch were introduced in 1977.

    Other notable features included an ultralinear output transformer, scripted tailless amp decal and an orange sparkle grill cloth.

    The Quad Reverb was discontinued in 1979.

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  • November 24, 2017 at 10:25 am
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    I have one of these amps since it was made in 74. In addition this amp has a pot accessible from the bottom of the amp chassis which biases the 6L6s. In good condition this amp will belt it out with the best. But, it’s big draw back is the same with all stacks & half stacks. 89 LBS sucks for hauling it about.

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