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Fender Super Showman

1970 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 62

Fender 1970 guitar and bass catalogue. Page 62. Details of the Fender Super Showman amplifier.

The Super Showman is the first of the Fender solid-state amplifiers featured in this catalogue. It came with either one or two speaker cabinets; each with either 4 12" cones (XFL-1000), or 8 10" cones (XFL-2000). Like many of the cabinets earlier in the catalogue, there was a choice of Fender or JBL speakers (D-120 or D-110).

The Super Showman prices in 1970 were as follows:
Super Showman XFL-1000 (2 4x12 cabs, Fender speakers): $1569
Super Showman XFL-1000 (2 4x12 cabs, JBL D-120 speakers): $2137
Super Showman XFL-1000 (1 4x12 cab, Fender speakers): $577
Super Showman XFL-1000 (1 4x12 cab, JBL D-120 speakers): $865
Super Showman XFL-2000 (2 8x10 cabs, Fender speakers): $1780
Super Showman XFL-2000 (2 8x10 cabs, JBL D-110 speakers): $2572
Super Showman XFL-2000 (1 8x10 cab, Fender speakers): $682
Super Showman XFL-2000 (1 8x10 cab, JBL D-110 speakers): $1078

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Fender Super Showman - 1970 Fender catalogue - page 62


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