Reverb Tank - MOD®, 9EB2C1B, Medium Decay, 3-Spring

Reverb Tank - MOD®, 9EB2C1B, Medium Decay, 3-Spring

Mod Electronics
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$26.95
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  • 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.

The MOD® Reverb Tanks are high quality upgrade units. Some of the major differences between the MOD®s and other reverb tanks are that the Transducers are wired directly to their respective RCA jacks as opposed to current production tanks where Transducers are connected by a detachable plug to their respective RCA jacks. This makes the tanks less receptive to any outside interference. The original Hammond Accutronics tanks from the 1960s were also wired directly to their respective RCA jacks. In addition, very close attention has been paid to the spacing and size of the lamination of the Transducers resulting in a more vintage like tone.

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

RoHS Compliant
SKU:
P-RMOD-9EB2C1B
Item ID:
003310
UPC/EAN:
609722129329
Brand:
Mod Electronics
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Product Measurements by Type
Connectorsinput insulated, output grounded
Decay Timemedium (1.75 to 3.0 s)
Grommet Hole Diameter0.2 in.
Input Impedance800 Ω
Item Height1.5 in.
Item Length16.75 in.
Item Width4.25 in.
Mounting Hole Center to Center A8.75 in.
Mounting Hole Center to Center B3.75 in.
Mounting Planehorizontal, open side down
Output Impedance (Zout)2.575 kΩ
Springs3
Thickness0.04 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions17 in. × 5 in. × 3 in.
Weight (Packaging)1.75 lbs.

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Questions and Answers

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Asked by Anonymous on December 2nd, 2016.
Matt H.
December 2nd, 2016
Staff Member
Hi, the stock tank on the AC15C1 is 8EB2C1B.
Asked by Anonymous on December 13th, 2016.
Matt H.
December 14th, 2016
Staff Member
Hi, the 4EB3C1B is the replacement tank for your amp.
Asked by Anonymous on December 30th, 2016.
Matt H.
December 30th, 2016
Staff Member
The Blues Deluxe used two different tanks over the years. The ones from the 90's used a 4BB3C1B. This tank is not compatible with the Blues Deluxe's from the 90's.
Asked by Anonymous on February 23rd, 2017.
Matt H.
February 23rd, 2017
Staff Member
This is a great upgrade in any amp as long as it is compatible. We know that these work with CC series AC30's and should work wit the C2.
Asked by Anonymous on February 23rd, 2017.
Matt H.
February 23rd, 2017
Staff Member
The 9EB2C1B tank should work in your amp. As long as the amp has RCA cables for connection you should not need anything else. Some prefer a reverb bag for extra protection from outside noise. The part number for a compatible bag would be P-RBAG-17-A
Asked by Anonymous on February 23rd, 2017.
Matt H.
February 23rd, 2017
Staff Member
It appears to be compatible but the designated tank is a 4EB2C1B.
Asked by Anonymous on February 23rd, 2017.
Matt H.
February 23rd, 2017
Staff Member
Form our limited resources it appears that the Frontman 212R originally came with a 8DB2C1B. This is a 3 spring short tank with a medium decay. The tank in this listing (9EB2C1B) is not compatible. Do a search for SKU: P-RK-8DB2C1B to find the correct tank.
Asked by Anonymous on February 23rd, 2017.
Matt H.
February 23rd, 2017
Staff Member
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 April 12th, 2017.
Matt H.
April 12th, 2017
Staff Member
As long as the second and third character match (EB) then it should be compatible and you can play with the other specs.
Asked by Anonymous on May 18th, 2017.
Matt H.
May 18th, 2017
Staff Member
Basically, if your current tank as "EB" as the second and third character then this tank should be compatible.
Asked by Anonymous on August 2nd, 2017.
Matt H.
August 2nd, 2017
Staff Member
Form our limited resources it appears that the Frontman 212R originally came with a 8DB2C1B. This is a 3 spring short tank with a medium decay. The tank in this listing (9EB2C1B) is not compatible. Do a search for SKU: P-RK-8DB2C1B to find the correct tank.
Asked by Anonymous on March 28th, 2019.
BradWbr
March 28th, 2019
Staff Member
You will want to look at the 4AB3C1B for a Deluxe Reverb reissue.
Asked by Anonymous on July 1st, 2019.
BradWbr
July 1st, 2019
Staff Member
The Hot Rod Deluxe is included in the list of compatible amps above, so this should be the correct tank. If you are still unsure, you will need to take the original tank out of the amp and look at the model number to verify.
Asked by Anonymous on August 27th, 2020.
BradWbr
August 27th, 2020
Staff Member
The Nashville 112 is included in the list of compatible amps above, so there is a very high likelihood that this is the correct tank. If you are still unsure, you will need to take the original tank out of the amp and look at the model number to verify.
Asked by Anonymous on October 12th, 2020.
BradWbr
October 13th, 2020
Staff Member
The only difference between this tank and the one in question is the input impedance, but without reference materials for what a "G" input impedance translates to, we aren't able to confirm compatibility.
Asked by Anonymous on January 9th, 2021.
BradWbr
January 12th, 2021
Staff Member
According to our records, the Express series amps used the 9AB2A1B tank: https://www.tubesandmore.com/products/reverb-tank-mod-9ab2a1b-medium-decay-3-spring

Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- March 28th, 2016
5 out of 5

I purchased this long version MOD tank to upgrade the short tank (8EB2C1B) in my 96 Fender Princeton Chorus so I could then use the original tank from the Princeton Chorus to replace a broken tank in my Fender Acoustasonic Jr. These MOD tanks sound amazing. I did need to solder in longer reverb cables in order to be able to use a long tank in a Princeton Chorus - but it was so worth the extra work. I love the lush sound of a long three spring medium decay tank. I also recommend mounting the tank in a bag when replacing or upgrading the reverb tank. I don’t know why mounting the tank in a bag makes it sound better – but it does.

- June 25th, 2014
5 out of 5

Love the reverb tank. Excellent product. Much better than the original. Very fast shipping.