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The new Supro Ozark is a modernized version of the late-50’s Supro guitar played by some of Rock & Roll’s most iconic performers.
The new Tri Tone is inspired by the extremely rare, vintage Supro Triple Tone guitar.
The Supro Silverwood is a high-performance recreation of the instrument referred to as “Supro’s Finest Electric” when it was introduced in the 1960 catalog.
The Supro Delay is a premium, all-analog echo pedal that uses a pair of new-production MN3005 “bucket brigade” IC
The Sahara is a wide-body reproduction of the single-pickup electric guitar that was manufactured in Chicago during the early 1960s.
The Belmont Vibrato is a reproduction of the single-pickup, Poppy Red, vibrato bar-equipped, fiberglass Supro electric guitar that was manufactured in Chicago during the early 1960s.
The Black Holiday is an all-new Supro instrument, based on the Chicago-made, reso-glass guitars of the 1960s.
The Coronado II is a reproduction of the two-pickup, wide-body Supro electric guitar that was first manufactured in the early 1960s.