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Fender Quad Reverb amplifier

1972 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 40


The Quad Reverb and Super Six Reverb were launched in 1972

The first catalogue appearance of a new, high-end, Fender guitar amplifier, the Quad Reverb, which was launched along side the Super Six Reverb (see the following page) in 1972. Both, like the existing Twin Reverb from which they were derived, were 10 tube, 100w combos, but each with a different speaker arrangement. The Quad Reverb, as the name suggests had four 12" speaker cones, the Super Six, six 10". Like the (new for '72) Fender Twin, it also the master volume/distortion control.

The Quad Reverb was first listed in the US in the February '72 price list, with a choice of speaker types, priced as follows: $675 (standard Fender 12" speakers); $965 (JBL D-120F); $1095 (Fender PS 12).

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Fender Quad Reverb - 1972 Fender catalogue - page 40

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Daniel Micheli Comment left 14th July 2017 02:02:49
I think that this was the amp that Albert Collins used to play with.

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