Reverb Tank 1500 vs 2250 output?

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  1. schmee

    schmee Poster Extraordinaire

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    Just wondering id I can use a 150 ohm input, 2250 ohm output tank on an amp that had 150 ohm input 1500 ohm output?
    Most importantly what is the effect of the higher output ohm-age? less reverb or more?
     
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    seems like it would work - maybe less verb? Try it and report back.
     
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    Think pickups on your guitar. The higher the wind the more output. Might not be much of a difference to most people.
     
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    What is powering your reverb circuit? Tube or op amp?
     
  5. schmee

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    It's a monoprice 15 watt amp. Got the little blue plastic tank in it. I was thinking of trying one of the tanks I have laying around for giggles. Seems I have about 6 tanks out there!
     
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