Fender Super-Sonic 22 - 22-watt 1x12" Tube Combo Amp - Black

22-watt 2-channel All-tube 1x12" Guitar Combo Amplifier - Black
Fender Super-Sonic 22 - 22-watt 1x12
Fender Super-Sonic 22 - 22-watt 1x12
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Fender Super-Sonic 22 - 22-watt 1x12" Tube Combo Amp - Black
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Go Super-Sonic with Fender!

Fender turned heads a few years back when they crammed two classic amps and the high gain crunch of modern amps into one box. Well, they re-tooled the Super-Sonic, dropping it down to 22 watts and giving this latest incarnation a fatter tone and more bass. With a passel of tubes and two channels, you can dial in your perfect guitar tone. The Super-Sonic 22 is designed for serious players desiring modern high-gain tones and industry-standard Fender clean tones - and it delivers it all perfectly! The Super-Sonic 60 is built around a 22-watt all-tube amp driving a single 12" speaker. The Super-Sonic 22 boasts a 6V6 power section that offers up a deluxe reverb-style feel with moderate output. Like its big brother, the Super-Sonic 22 can conjure everything from classic clean to face-melting high-gain tones.

Fender Super-Sonic 22 1 x 12" Combo Amp Features at a Glance:
  • Tube amp
  • 22 watts
  • 8 ohms
  • 12", 50-watt Fender Lightning Bolt Speaker by Eminence
  • 2 channels (vintage and burn)
  • Spring reverb effect
  • Black textured vinyl covering
  • 2 x 6V6, 3 x 12AX7, and 2 x 12AT7 tubes
  • Amplifier cover and 4-button footswitch included

Get killer tones - and a whole lot of them - with Fender's Super-Sonic 22!
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 22W
Speaker Size 1 x 12"
Reverb Yes
EQ 2-band (Channel 1), 3-band (Channel 2)
Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7, 2 x 12AT7
Power Tubes 2 x 6V6
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x Speaker
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 17.3"
Width 24"
Depth 8.5"
Weight 40 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2160000000

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Versatile Amp Well Made

What a versatile amp. I use it with a Gibson SG. On the clean channel, I get a nice jazz tone. On the overdrive channel, with everything turned up, I get a great metal tone. This amp isn't like a Marshall; it doesn't color the tone of your guitar. But it has plenty of gain, plus tube driven spring reverb. And its made better than a Marshall. It's a pcb amp but the tubes are mounted to the chassis not the pcb board. That makes a big difference if you want to experiment with different tubes. I like JJ's over the sovteks the amp came with. I also like a celestion g12h over the stock speaker. But the amp sounds great right out of the box.
Music background: Experienced player


I've been a Texas Blues Guitarist since 1968 and I have played and owned literally hundreds of amps...Mostly Fender and Marshall. I have owned two different Blonde 60 watt Fender Super Sonic amps, and both of them were just WAY TOO LOUD! Even a dear old friend who I went to Denton to Jam with wound up hating me for playing it with the volume on 4 because he said it "Hurt his ears REAL BAD" So it looks like Fender heard enough of us to hurt their ears too..and they came up with this TONE MONSTER that at just 22 Silky watts RMS, it's just as Smooth, Soft, Loud, or Nasty as any $2K or $3K boutique amp. I Love the double volume and gain channels in the pre-amp. The first one will Cascade over into the second one and give a Gut Wrenching Dirty Gring that is great with a Les Paul or and Stratocaster. The clean channel sounds just like an old 65 Deluxe Reverb Amp, and the tube reverb is excellent...Fat and Lush like you want it. At $1049.00 it's a big bite of cash...But it's also a Big Bite of GOD TONE!
Music background: Texas Blues/Rock Guitarist for 47 years

Killer Amp with a lot of Personality

I got my Super Sonic 22 two days ago and it sounds great. I have played every current production Fender tube amp except the Vibro King, Vibroverb and the new Super Sonic 60 and would say if you’re comparing amps without any modifications just taking it out of the box and turning it on this is the best amp fender makes. This is a killer amp with a lot of personality. Advertising says it’s sort of a combination of the older super sonic and a deluxe reverb, sort of ironic that I would buy it as these are two fender amps that I always felt were some of the biggest disappointments from Fender. What surprised me is that it sounds way better than a DDRI reissue. Compared to the DRRI the Super Sonic 22 sounds bigger and richer sounding, has more chime, more punch and is louder (sounds about as loud as my 40 watt 68 Vibrolux). The fat switch replaces the Vibrolux/Bassman switch of the older supersonics. The strange thing is toggling the fat switch on and off actually gives you a really good vintage Vibrolux or Bassman sound, way better than the old supersonics were supposed to do. I stick mostly with the clean channel as you can get a good edgy growl by turning it up or hitting the fat switch if you want. I didn’t spend as much time with the burn channel as I never liked the sound of multiple stages of gain as much, but I could tell you get some really good sounds off of that as well if that is more your style. Works equally well on my Telecaster as well as my Les Paul Junior. Compared to most other Fender amps the EQ controls are much more sensitive so little adjustments make a big difference. Because of this you will probably spend more time initially to find just the right settings. I’ve never really been a big fan of Eminence speakers they always seemed a little too airy for me but this one even without any break in sounds exceptionally full and rich. Gives you a really nice warm 3-D sound. I decided to run it through some other speaker cabinets to compare it to some other 12 inch speakers. The Eminence sounded nicer than the Weber 12A150-W which really surprised me, it was also much better than the Jensen special design speaker in my tweed blues Junior. The only speaker that beat the Eminence was a 40-year-old Jensen P12N and even then not bu much.

Another clunker

Clean channel is dull and lifeless. Overdrive channel is OK but there ism nomwaymto balance it with the clean channel. Reverb just pain stinks.Fender needs to go back to a,tube reverb instead of this crappy digital version.
Music background: Playing over 45 years
See also: Combo Amps, Fender, Fender Guitar Combo Amps