# Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 9EB2C1B, Medium Decay, 3-Spring

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# Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 9EB2C1B, Medium Decay, 3-Spring

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Counter wound spring, coupled and placed in parallel, combine to create a full, rich reverb effect throughout the full range of musical sound. Ideally suited for keyboard, sound reinforcement and pedal steel applications.

• Replaces: 9EB2C1B
• Solid, sturdy construction
• Type: Long (3 Spring) tank
• Decay: medium decay
• Input: 800 Ω
• Output: 2,575 Ω
• Connectors: Input insulated/output grounded
• Locking: No lock
• Mounting: Horizontal/open side down

Compatible amps include Vox® AC50CPH,AC100CPH, AC30CC, Peavey® Nashville 112, Fender® Hot Rod Deluxe/Deville, plus others.

New production Accutronics tank.

RoHS Compliant
SKU:
P-RK-9EB2C1B
Item ID:
003292
UPC/EAN:
609722126786
Brand:
Accutronics
Number Of Springs:
Tank Length:
 Connectors input insulated, output grounded Decay Time medium (1.75 to 3.0 s) Input Impedance 800 Ω Length 16.25 in. Mounting Plane horizontal, open side down Output Impedance (Zout) 2.575 kΩ Springs 3
 Packaging Dimensions 17 in. × 5 in. × 3 in. Weight (Packaging) 1.75 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on May 31st, 2017.
June 1st, 2017
The original Blues Deville takes a 4BB3C1B and the reissue takes a 4EB3C1B.
June 2nd, 2017
Okay so I definitely need something with BB in the code right? 4BB2C1B would work and 9BB2C1B as well? (But they would sound different obviously)
June 2nd, 2017
Yes if you have an original 90's Blues Deville you can use any tank with BB as the second and third character.
Asked by Bill Rowan on February 18th, 2018.
February 23rd, 2018
The input should read 800 ohms and the output 2,575 ohms. We are not sure if this is the correct replacement for a Peavey Chorus 400.
December 5th, 2018
I have an original Peavey Stereo Chorus 400. The part number is 9EB2C1B
Asked by Anonymous on June 28th, 2016.
June 28th, 2016
From doing a quick internet search, it seem that the Classic 30 uses a 4eb2c1b. The 9eb2c1b is the 3 spring version of this tank. This should work in your amp.
Asked by Anonymous on July 25th, 2016.
July 26th, 2016
Hi, if the eight character number is the same then you should be fine.
Asked by Anonymous on August 7th, 2016.
August 9th, 2016
Always pay close attention to the series of letters and numbers associated with each reverb tank. In this case 9EB2C1B. 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. https://www.amplifiedparts.com/tech_corner/spring_reverb_tanks_explained_and_compared
Asked by Anonymous on October 18th, 2016.
October 18th, 2016
Your tank should have a series of characters such as 9EB2C1B. From our limited research it appears that the Mark series uses a 9AB2A1B. I would confirm this by looking at your tank.
Asked by Anonymous on October 28th, 2016.
October 28th, 2016
Yes, 3EB2C1B and 9EB2C1B are the same tank. The 3 in the Ruby tank and the 9 in the Accutronics tank both represent a long tank with 3 springs. For more information please see our article on reverb tanks: https://www.tubesandmore.com/tech-corner/spring-reverb-tanks-explained-and-compared
Asked by Anonymous on February 14th, 2017.
February 14th, 2017
No, you need a 4AB3C1B.
Asked by Anonymous on March 4th, 2017.
March 8th, 2017
We are unsure if this is the right tank for your amp. You may want to contact Peavey directly for more information.
Asked by Anonymous on March 9th, 2017.
March 10th, 2017
As long as your original tank as EB as the second and third character then this tank should work and will give you a more intense reverb.
Asked by Anonymous on April 20th, 2017.
April 21st, 2017
From our brief research it appears your amp came stock with a 8AC2A1B. With that in mind, this tank is not compatible wit your amp.
Asked by Anonymous on May 23rd, 2017.
May 23rd, 2017
All Accutronic tanks are made in South Korea.
Asked by Anonymous on August 2nd, 2017.
August 2nd, 2017
It looks like the original tank in the Valveking is an 8EB2C1B. This is the same tank but longer (16.75"). If you have the room this should be compatible.
Asked by Anonymous on February 13th, 2018.
February 14th, 2018
The 9 series tanks have 3 springs.
Asked by Anonymous on May 7th, 2018.
May 10th, 2018
We do not have any information on the Nashville 1000 but if it is anything like the other Nashville models then it should be compatible.
Asked by Anonymous on November 12th, 2018.
November 13th, 2018
Staff Member
This is the designated tank for the Vox AC30CC, but we are unable to verify it is the correct replacement for a AC30CC2. If your amp has an input impedance of 800 Ohms and an output impedance of 2575 Ohms, this should work for your amp.
Asked by Anonymous on December 26th, 2018.
January 8th, 2019
Staff Member
We do not have specs on the tank that was used in that particular am, but Traynor claims that the YCV80 came with a two spring tank, and this tank has three, so it is not the direct replacement.
Asked by Anonymous on March 2nd, 2019.
March 5th, 2019
Staff Member
We do not have cross reference materials to be able to provide you with a tank number used in those amps. We suggest you take the original tank out of the amp, visually inspect it, and see if there is a model number you can work with.
Asked by Anonymous on October 7th, 2019.
October 8th, 2019
Staff Member
The 9EB2C1B is acceptable as a replacement for a 4EB3C1B.
Asked by Anonymous on December 5th, 2018.