Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 4AB3C1B, 8Ω long decay, 2-spring

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Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 4AB3C1B, 8Ω long decay, 2-spring

$24.95
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The industry standard for years, the Type 4 is still manufactured today using Hammond’s original design. Counter wound and coupled springs deliver superior mechanical performance and the classic sound that helped make the Fender Twin Reverb Amps famous.

  • Replaces: 4AB3C1B
  • Solid, sturdy construction
  • Type: Long (2 Spring) tank
  • Decay: long decay
  • Input: 8 Ω
  • Output: 2,250 Ω
  • Connectors: Input insulated/output grounded
  • Locking: No lock
  • Mounting: Horizontal/open side down

Compatible amps include tube reverb from 1963-1990 such as the Princeton Reverb, Vibrolux Reverb, Deluxe Reverb, Super Reverb, Pro Reverb, Twin Reverb, Quad Reverb, Super Six Reverb, Vibrosonic Reverb. This also includes all reissue equivalents. Also used in Fender™ ’63 Reissue Reverb Unit, Fender™ Concert II, Mesa Boogie™ MK2C plus other models, LAB™ Series L5, L7, L9, Koch™ Powertone I, Ampeg™ VT-40 and Super Rocket SR212, B-52™ AT-100.

New production Accutronics tank.

Questions about reverb tanks? See our tech articles for more information.

RoHS Compliant
SKU:
P-RK-4AB3C1B
Item ID:
003283
UPC/EAN:
609722126717
Brand:
Accutronics
Product Measurements
No measurements are currently available for this product. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions17 in. × 5 in. × 3 in.
Weight (Packaging)1.75 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on September 8th, 2015. 1 person subscribed to this question
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JustinG
September 8th, 2015
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Always pay close attention to the series of letters and numbers associated with each reverb tank. In this case 4AB3C1B. If these numbers match your existing tank then this replacement will be compatible. Please refer to our tech corner article explaining reverb tanks for a full explanation of what these numbers signify in terms of determining compatibility with your amp.
Asked by Anonymous on September 12th, 2015. 1 person subscribed to this question
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JustinG
September 14th, 2015
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Always pay close attention to the series of letters and numbers associated with each reverb tank. In this case 4AB3C1B. If these numbers match your existing tank then this replacement will be compatible. Please refer to our tech corner article explaining reverb tanks for a full explanation of what these numbers signify in terms of determining compatibility with your amp.
Asked by Anonymous on September 13th, 2015. 1 person subscribed to this question
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JustinG
September 14th, 2015
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Always pay close attention to the series of letters and numbers associated with each reverb tank. In this case 4AB3C1B. If these numbers match your existing tank then this replacement will be compatible. Please refer to our tech corner article explaining reverb tanks for a full explanation of what these numbers signify in terms of determining compatibility with your amp.
Asked by Anonymous on October 11th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
October 12th, 2016
Hi, we believe you need a 4EB3C1B. Please confirm this by consulting your manual.
Asked by Anonymous on October 16th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
October 19th, 2016
We do not have a cross-referencing database on these amps. You would need to examine your existing reverb tank and see if there is an 8 character code on it such as 4AB3C1B. Pay attention to the second and third character. These represent your input and output impedance. When replacing a tank these must match. For more information, please see our tech article on reverb tanks: https://www.amplifiedparts.com/tech-corner/spring-reverb-tanks-explained-and-compared
Asked by Anonymous on December 30th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
December 30th, 2016
No, you need a 4EB3C1B reverb tank.
Asked by Anonymous on January 18th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
January 18th, 2017
Yes, the 4AB3C1B is the tank used in Princeton Reverb reissues.
Asked by Anonymous on September 21st, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
September 21st, 2017
Please email us directly and we will help you order this part: sales@amplifiedparts.com
Asked by Anonymous on September 11th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
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BradWbr
September 11th, 2018
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Unfortunately, we do not have cross reference materials to verify what tank was used in your amp. It is possible that a tech may be able to measure the input and output impedance required by the amp and from there provide possible recommendations for further step to be taken.
Asked by gevalt on June 24th, 2019. 1 person subscribed to this question
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BradWbr
June 24th, 2019
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This model does not include grommets. We will have the photo updated to accurately reflect this.
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