Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 9EB3C1B, Long Decay, 3-Spring
- Replaces: 9EB3C1B
- Solid, sturdy construction
- Type: Long (3 Spring) tank
- Decay: long decay
- Input: 800 Ω
- Output: 2,575 Ω
- Connectors: Input insulated/output grounded
- Locking: No lock
- Mounting: Horizontal/open side down
New production Accutronics tank.
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|Connectors||input insulated, output grounded|
|Decay Time||long (2.75 to 4.0 s)|
|Input Impedance||800 Ω|
|Mounting Plane||horizontal, open side down|
|Output Impedance (Zout)||2.575 kΩ|
|Packaging Dimensions||17 in. × 5 in. × 3 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||1.75 lbs.|
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1 answers Want to know if I can use Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 9EB3C1B instead of Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 4EB3C1B difference is Ohms Input and output. I want to increase amplifier reverb on Fender Blues Deluxe. Dan
1 answers Is the Accutronics 9EB3C1B the best model reverb tank for the Vox AC30C2X amplifier? If not, what is the best model? Thanks.
1 answers I have a Model # 64063 on my fender SuperSonic 22. Is 4EB3C1B the right replacement and can I put a 3 spring unit #9EB3C1B
1 answers I WANT TO REPLACE THE OLD REVERB TANK ON MY GUITAR AMP. IT has an Accutronics 9EB2A1B. It looks like the closest replacement I can order from you is a 9EB3C1B. the difference is the Input would be insulated,as the 5th digit of the P/N is "C",NOT an "A" Grounded from the old Reverb Tank P/N. The input and output would have to be grounded to work and the input being insulated would keep unwanted EMI from effecting the signal. Would this replacement work and would I need a new wire and/or connector. Some technical advise would be appreciated PLEASE.
Asked by Anonymous on November 20th, 2017.
Not having the correct connectors (grounded vs insulated) could have a negative effect on the sound and performance of your amp. We are not techs and would not know how to rewire this tank to work in your situation.
1 answers What do I replace my accutronics 9EB2A1B with?
1 answers Can I use the 9EB3C1B in a Fender Ultra Chorus to replace the short tank and add depth to the reverb response?
1 answers I have a Vox AC30CC2. The current reverb tank is a 3EB3C1B but the connectors are reversed from the 9EB3C1B, white on the left red on the right. What happens if I plug the white lead into the red socket and vice versa?
Asked by Anonymous on January 14th, 2020.
The amp shouldn't be damaged by switching the RCA in and outs, but it may not have the desired tone. These color codes on the tanks can differ by manufacturer, so sometimes the red plug will have to go in the white jacks and vice versa depending on what brand tank you are using.
1 answers I have a Vox AC30CCH. Someone put a MOD 8FB3C1B reverb tank in it. Input rating of 1925ohm. Far from the 800ohm that's supposed to be in it. Should I worry about this? Should I swap it out for the correct reverb tank, and why?
0 answers im wondering if anyone has put a 16.25 long decay accutronics in a blues JR ?? i have done the measure and it fits, but super super tight, has anyone swapped for a long decay one ???