Fender Super Twin Reverb

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Model/Circuit Number:
Years of Production:
1977 – 1980
Configuration: Combo
Controls: Black, forward facing w/ white labels
Knobs: Black skirted w/ chrome center, numbered 1 – 10 (EQ knobs numbered -5 to +5)

  • Front: Power Sw, Standby Sw, Pilot Lamp – In, In, Vol/Bright, Treb, Mid, Bass, Presense, Reverb – 2300 Hz, 1250 Hz, 485 Hz, 235 Hz, 100 Hz – Distortion, Output
  • Rear:


  • Dimensions: 19¾ x 26 x 10½
  • Hardware: Large Chassis Straps 5 5/8”
  • Handle: Black Strap
  • Feet: Casters
  • Corners: Corner Protectors


Covering Material

  • Tolex/Tweed: Black Tolex
  • Grill Cloth: Black acoustic foam cloth w/ white trim

Logo: Grill mounted, raised, chrome & black script

Effects: Active EQ, Reverb, Distortion
~Watts: 180 watts

  • Pre amp: 7025
  • Power: 6 x 6L6

Bias: Fixed with Bias Pot.
Rectifier: Solid State

Comments: Reverb Driver: 6CX8 (pentode ½) Reverb Recovery: 1/3 6C10 Active EQ: 6CX8 (triode ½)

17 Responses to “Fender Super Twin Reverb”

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  1. Comment by Richard Rothman — February 24, 2012 at 5:54 pm   Reply

    I need a power output transformer for this Fender super twin reverb amp.  no luck with fender ,  please contact me at 305 232 6790 or email at tubegait@yahoo.com.  name is Rick Of Ricks guitar and amp repair in miami, fl.

    • Comment by Hollybase1 — March 20, 2012 at 1:41 pm   Reply

      Try Hammond of Canada, got a reverb transformer for my Super twin reverb, delivered to England in 8 days

  2. Comment by nasen mann — April 23, 2012 at 2:34 am   Reply

    my fender super twin reverb has a bias jack on the backside. I can’t find it on the schematics. does anyone know where the bias jack is connected?

  3. Comment by Lowebrau — September 23, 2012 at 12:28 pm   Reply

    I have a 1981. Might want to add that to your year listings. Also, anyone have a product manual for this? (Not the Schematic)

  4. Comment by Jatmosphere — October 5, 2012 at 7:41 am   Reply

    #1 WORST amp I ever owned. Pure live garbage.

  5. Comment by Darthnormand — October 22, 2012 at 6:52 am   Reply

    This amplifier slays most out there. However, you have to know how to use it, and what you want from an amplifier. As with most, sound is subjective. If you are in a cover band, this amplifier is perhaps not for you unless you play Melvins or Country Western. The supertwin is great with slide guitar, and bass. It is also extremely powerful metal guitar with the correct distortion pedal (I use an old 84 ProCo Rat, and a early 70s Roland BeeBaa (best Bass fuzz ever BTW)). It also helps to use very powerful speakers. I switch between an EVM15B (400 watt) and a EVM12L (300 watt).

  6. Comment by Bart — January 15, 2013 at 12:07 pm   Reply

    It’s a great amp when it comes to clean tones. The onboard distortion is more or less a sick joke. but with a good distortion unit in front of the amp you can reach very nice drive sounds. I use a seymour duncan twin tube classic and a twin tube blue.. Make it run on 2 or 4 power tubes and the amp is more decent in vollume (and cheaper in maintenance) and its warmer and more versatile than a 65 twin. I’m playing with this amp since 2001. The only thing I don’t like is its weight…

  7. Comment by Frank — April 5, 2014 at 4:44 pm   Reply

    I Have a SUPER TWIN REVERB…I think the best Clean Sounding Amp Fender ever made…I have had mine since 1988 never let me down once…Its never been serviced..I have just replaced all the Tubes..Fist time in 26 Years…and the only noticeable difference is the amp is a little more quite…I use mine for Clean Rockabilly Playing..the Bright switch and the Presence knob make all the difference….The only down side is the weight…But I have bought another vintage Fender amp Super Reverb..And while lighter …when you have a sound guy who does not know what he is doing….you wish you had brough the Super twin Reverb..Because as far as clean head room, there is no limit…the only limit is how much you value your hearing!..With this amp you are in control of your sound and how you are perceived in the mix of your band…The Amp get a 10/10 from me….Keep in mind this is the amp that made Ted Nugent deaf!

  8. Comment by Craig Owens — April 29, 2014 at 3:46 pm   Reply

    I need one of the EQ knobs from this amp. The one with the splined inside, not the PS 300 knob with the set screw. Please let me know if you have one! CDO

  9. Comment by desastrocaster — May 4, 2014 at 1:52 pm   Reply

    Mightiest amp I ever had. What a monster! Not only in weight, but also in sound. REALY clean sound up to getting deaf within minutes. Ted Nugent used 6 (!) of them on stage. Very weird, thats what I hate. No distortion even at very high levels. Very good sound. And variable sounds, there are “presence” and “bright” knobs. Loudest amp I ever had, and it truly rocks (the walls of your chamber). The “distortion” knob is just a joke, completely useless, when in use, the amp sounds as if broken down and heavily destroyed. 365 W power consumption, so if you need a heater during winter … But wonderful full sound at very low levels (i.e. “volume” 4-5, “master” 2-3)at home. And, as said, a monster on stage. And super sounding reverb as most fenders. Use it mostly with Hughes&Kettner Cream Machine, Boss CE-3 Stereo-Chorus, Ibanez DL 10 Delay, Dunlop CryBaby. Just love the sound.
    AC. Standby. 2 Input jacks. Volume (pull: bright). Trebble. Middle. Bass. Presence. 5-band EQ: 2300, 1250, 485, 235, 100 hz. The horrible “distortion” knob. Output.

  10. Comment by desastrocaster — May 4, 2014 at 1:56 pm   Reply

    What I forgot: 6 x 6L6, not easy to get a well matched set.

  11. Comment by David — June 7, 2014 at 12:41 am   Reply

    Hey, i am very hopeless in a question of external outputs. Somewhere i ve read that some fender twins of late 70ties/early 80ties have some internal switch so while you plug 2cabs into both speaker outputs than total impedance changes to 8-ohm. So you can connect two 4-ohm cabinets. Dont you know where is the truth please??

  12. Comment by Anthony — December 1, 2014 at 10:49 pm   Reply

    is there anywhere i can buy the white trim around the amp.

  13. Comment by Lester CruelDecember 21, 2014 at 5:38 pm   Reply

    I also own the Fender Super Twin without reverb and mine has a fantastic sounding distortion on several different guitars. Dialing in the Keith Richards tone is easy. Getting a Judas Priest tone requires my Big Muff. I think it’s the best sounding amp I’ve had. The most powerful amp I owned was a Sunn model T.

  14. Comment by curt — January 5, 2015 at 2:19 pm   Reply

    I have one with no reverb don’t know what year it is,has 2×12 e120 jbl.awsome for my steel guitar.

  15. Comment by g.e. perryOctober 19, 2015 at 12:54 pm   Reply


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