Developed in collaboration with Lenny Kravitz, the Black Magick Reverb captures the mid-range grind and signature sound of the original model—while adding all-tube reverb, 2-band EQ and a master volume knob for maximum flexibility. The amp is available as an all-tube head or in a 1×12 combo format.
Much like the original Black Magick, the reverb version features two independent preamp channels that can be linked together using the 1&2 input jack to obtain the fattest possible tone. Additional gain has been added to both preamp channels in the Black Magick Reverb, while the dual-gang, single-knob tone control from the non-reverb model has been reconfigured with separate treble and bass knobs for a wider range of possible sounds. The Black Magick Reverb’s 6-spring reverb pan is driven by both channels and then summed with the dry signal just before the master volume control.
An updated, tube-based LFO circuit provides bias-modulated output tube tremolo with double the speed range of the original Black Magick. The output stage of the Black Magick Reverb is based on the same Class-A power amp as the non-reverb model, utilizing a matched pair of 6973 tubes and a custom-made Supro output transformer with 16-ohm, 8-ohm and 4-ohm output options.
A combo version is available of the Black Magick Reverb which features the same, custom-designed 12″ BD12 speaker found in the original Black Magick combo. Standalone 1×12 and 1×15 extension cabinets can be used with both the head and combo versions for a huge stage sound and the undeniable rock & roll flair of Supro’s Black Rhino Hide tolex.
“All the tones I need in one amp. Now with classic spring reverb.” – Lenny Kravitz
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