MADE IN CANADA
Replacement for Deluxe 5e3.
Equivalent to manufacturer part number #50246
- Designed for drop in replacement of original units.
- Physically, parts were designed to look similar to original factory units (where possible).
- Material used & design specs. were kept as close as possible to the original part to preserve the stock "tone".
Warning: Not all amplifier models of the same name use the same transformer model. Please make sure the amplifier transformer which you are replacing has a Fender number matching the equivalent Fender transformer number listed here.
WARNING: HANDLING ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS CAN BE HARMFUL OR FATAL. PLEASE FOLLOW ADEQUATE SAFETY PROCEDURES.
*Please Note: Hammond products are subject to change without notice. The product you receive may vary slightly from the product pictured, including the associated specifications.
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Solid OT with heavy duty lead wires! It's quite shiny as well & a fine upgrade for Fender Excelsior amps.
good quality, as described
Perfect for vintage fender amp clones
Used this output transformer in a Tweed Deluxe 5E3 build, and it works perfectly! No comments on robustness or longevity, but Hammond from Guelph, ON makes quality components in Canada, not China. I've come to expect good things over the years.
My earlier review had a mistake where I said this OT is works for a 5f1 tweed Champ. No, it's a 15-watt transformer that I've used both in 5E3 Tweed Deluxe and Matchless-Spitfire-style (running 2 EL-84s) builds. Good solid transformer. Does the job. Small in size, so takes up little space on the chassis. NextGen service is always second-to-none.
Made in Canada!
Great little PT, made in Canada, at a reasonable price, sold by a business that believes in customer service. win x 4
OT for Tweed Deluxe or Champ
Your basic output transformer for building or upgrading a Tweed Deluxe 5E3 or Champ 5F1. Canadian-made Hammonds are among the best transformers you can get. NextGen packed and shipped my order the same day, and it arrived as fast as Canada Post could deliver it.