However, the '65 Super Reverb has 19" tilt legs, as well as a standby switch, which the '65 Princeton reverb lacks. The '65 Super Reverb features alnico magnets within the speaker, which help give it it's vintage sound. It is able to do this using it's size, and how powerful it's magnetic field is. It also features two different channels; a normal channel with volume, treble, and bass dials, and a vibrato channel with volume, treble, middle, bass, and reverb dials. This gives the user access to an entire new range of sound, letting them toggle it so they can create the exact sound they want. As well as these, the '65 Super Reverb features four inputs. It gives the user two for each channel, which allows them to choose an input depending on how much power they want at the time.