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Reverb Tank - Accutronics, 8EB2C1B

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SKU: P-RK-8EB2C1B
Item ID: 003289
List Price: $23.95
Price: $21.56
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New Production Accutronics 8EB2C1B Spring Reverb Tank

  • Short (9 ¼") 3 Spring Unit, Medium Decay
  • Input Impedance 800 Ohms, Output Impedance 2575 Ohms
  • Mounting: Horizontal Open Side Down
  • Connectors: Input Insulated/Output Grounded
  • Made In South Korea

Questions about reverb tanks? Please see Accutronics Products and Specifications. For an in detail write-up about reverb tanks please see Spring Reverb Tanks Explained and Compared.

UPC/EAN: 609722126755

RoHS Compliant

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5.00 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
5

Purchased this tank to replace a dud in an aged Stage 100 head. Works like a champ, back in business. Don't forget to change those old rubber grommets to the new silicone versions to provide proper isolation and ring of the spring assemblies! No longer made in AZ, but sounds more authentic than others I have looked at and listened to.

Chris Whitehead - August 3rd, 2015
5

honest This is the FENDER Reverb sound. I bought the MOD since it was less and is built really well. I installed it in my blues Jr and the MOD just does not sound "Fenderesqe" ( more VOX or Marshall actually), the dwell is all wrong. if you use THIS one, the accutronics, you will have the right sound. I made the mistake myself, so if are replacing a broken tank in a fender amp, stick with the accutronics.

Rguitars - July 29th, 2015
5

Great replacement for my blues junior.

DG - April 7th, 2015
5

Easy to install and it sounds great ! So much better than the unit it replaced !Now my amp is restored completely !

Charlie Kerr - November 18th, 2014

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