The Fender Super Reverb was originally introduced in 1963 and was discontinued in 1982. The Super Reverb was a Fender Super amp with built-in reverb and “vibrato”. From 1968 til 1982, the Super Reverb had “silverface” cosmetics and circuitry. More recently, Fender introduced a reissue '65 Super Reverb in 2001. This amp featuring a printed circuit board design opposed to the hand-wired circuitry original '65 Super Reverb. The Super Reverb is most commonly used by blues guitarists for its ability to deliver loud, warm tube distortion through its four 10″ speakers. It is also known for having less mid-range and an emphasis of sparkly treble as well as full, round bass frequencies.