latest updates; small changes to a few amp batches dates, Dec 2015, Feb 2016, July 2016, Sep 2016 small changes to 4 amp batches, Nov 2015 typos found, two edits, thanks Ben H, June 20 info updated, totals unchanged Oct 2014 really nifty table design Aug 2014 small data and totals updates Jan 2014 (info updated In 2002 I acquired a Princeton Reverb II. Fender don't part with that kind of information*, so as part of the website I developed for this amp's care and feeding, I put out a call for serial numbers.
Fender introduced a reissue '65 Super Reverb in 2001 featuring a printed circuit board design rather than the hand-wired circuitry original '65 Super Reverb.
From 1968 until its discontinuation in 1982, the Super Reverb had "silverface" cosmetics and circuitry.
Early models in 1968, while cosmetically "silverface", did contain "blackface" circuitry.
This was essentially a Fender Super amplifier with built-in reverb and "vibrato" (actually tremolo).
The original Super Reverb amplifiers were all-tube designs and featured spring reverb.
The Super Six Reverb is essentially a master volume Twin Reverb or Dual Showman Reverb equipped with six Oxford 10L6 (or CTS 10" Al Ni Co) speakers featuring 10"/5.2 ohms (8 ohms each in series-parallel) and 100 watts RMS (changed to 135W in 1977).
Introduced in 1972, this silverface combo amplifier was discontinued in 1979.