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Spring Reverb Tank Codes Explained (Amplified Parts)


Most spring reverb tanks will have a 7-digit code/model number. In this video, we give a quick run-down of what each digit represents, and whether or not it is necessary to match them when replacing or upgrading the reverb tanks in your equipment.

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