5881

Power and personality in a 50-watt combo optimized for pedals.

A well-thought-out bundle of features in a compact, powerful combo for the pedal-friendly age. Lots of personality.

Tube changes require removing the entire chassis.

$1,499

Supro 1932R Royale
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While some tube-amp makers buck the proliferation of pedal-dominated rigs, others thrive by taking an “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” approach to the pedal platform concept. Supro’s new Model 1932R Royale isn’t the first Supro designed with pedal-centric players in mind. But the high-headroom 50-watt 1x12 combo is a natural for the role. Given this predisposition, the Royale is promoted as Supro’s “first loud, clean amp.” And if your expectations of Supro are still informed by the grungy, midrange-saturated Supros of the 1960s—and the reissues inspired by them—the Royale may surprise.

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