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Best Speakers for Fender Super Reverb

(Blackface, Silverface, and all re-issues)

The Super Reverb is a popular amp choice for players who want vintage Fender tone in a hefty 4x10 combo. Steive Ray Vaughn made this amp famous with his signature blues style, and it's a great bet for players who want to get that kind of tone. Weber speakers make any Super Reverb sound better -  vintage Blackface or Silverface amp, or one of the re-issues. We have three suggestions for the Super Reverb: one for a combination of AlNiCo and ceramic speakers, one purely AlNiCo, and one purely ceramic.Fender-Super-Reverb

Suggested speakers:

Suggestion #1: Combination of two 10A125 (8 ohm, 30w, light dope) and two 10F150 (8 ohm, 25w, light dope)

The 10A125 is a go-to AlNiCo 10" speaker. It has smooth sweet high end with a crystal clear response and smooth compression. These would be like vintage Jensen P10Q’s, which are a little beefier than P10R’s.

The 10F150 is a very solid speaker with nice big tight low end, plenty of midrange information, and a rolled-off treble that is articulate but not harsh. This is a strong and bold sounding speaker which is best for players who are looking for a big punchy sound with plenty of headroom, without an over-abundance of treble.

Speaker: 10A125
Guitar Style: Telecaster
Amp Style: Fender (open cab)

Speaker: 10F150
Guitar Style: Telecaster
Amp Style: Fender

Get them today:
www.tedweber.com/10a125
www.tedweber.com/10f150


Suggestion #2: four 10A125 (8 ohm, 30w, light dope)

The 10A125 has smooth sweet high end with a crystal clear response and smooth compression. These would be like vintage Jensen P10Q’s, which are a little beefier than P10R’s. This is a good choice for players looking for that smoother AlNiCo tone similar to the CTS AlNiCo speakers which came in some Super Reverbs.

Speaker: 10A125
Guitar Style: Telecaster
Amp Style: Fender (open cab)

Get it today: www.tedweber.com/10a125


Suggestion #3: four 10F150T (8 ohm, 25w, light dope)

Four of these are great for a loud clean tone.  The 10F150T is similar to the 10F150 with its strong low end and robust sound, but it has more articulation on the treble side. This is great for players that may want a bit more breakup to their sound, one that retains cut and top end even when turned up loud.

Speaker: 10F150T
Guitar Style: Telecaster
Amp Style: Fender

Get it today: www.tedweber.com/10f150-t

For any further information, please email C.J. cj@tedweber.com