Reverb tank grounding

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Reverb tank grounding

Postby buzzman on Mon Feb 13, 2017 8:04 pm

I’m looking for a particular reverb tank for my Ampeg GVT15-112. The stock tank is the common 8EB2C1B, but I’m looking for a two-spring replacement to tame it a little bit. So, from what I can tell, I need a 1EB2C1B, which I don’t think exists – or if it did, it is no longer made. As an alternative, I’m considering the 1AB2B1B from AES. From what I can tell, everything seems to match except the grounding configuration (input grounded, output insulated). The 8EB2C1B is the opposite (input insulated, output grounded). Will this be an issue? Thanks!
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Re: Reverb tank grounding

Postby pdf64 on Wed Feb 15, 2017 8:32 am

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