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Upgrade for Blackface*, Silverface*, AA764, AB764 Tweed*, 5C1, 5E1, 5F1, Vibro Blackface*
Upgrade to manufacturer part number #125A35A, #022905, #125A3A
|Primary:||5,000Ω / 8,000Ω|
|Secondary:||3.2Ω 8Ω 16Ω|
|Amp Type:||Single Ended|
- 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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I purchased this for a Champ head project, hence the reasoning wanted multiple output taps. Great quality transformer and the box it came in had a schematic printed on the box, very helpful.
Nice vintage tone and multiple taps. How can you go wrong?
I went to a larger 12 inch 8 ohm speaker but wanted to keep the OT feel of the original. this will do it . as usual good price and speedy delivery ! cheers
The Hammond 1760C is a variation on the company's 1750C (also listed on NextGen), both 5-watt output transformers for single-ended (one power tube) Champ (5E1 or 5F1) type amps. Champs traditionally had a 4-ohm output (or maybe 3.2 which is the actual output Hammond provides), into a single 8" speaker. Problem is, neither 4 ohm nor 8" speakers are plentiful in choice (although the Eminence 820H is a modern speaker built for the job), and many like to run their Champs either through a 10", in an enlarged cabinet, or into an optional extension cab for gigs. The 1760C OT solves this problem by giving you three taps -- 3.2 ohm, 8 ohm, and 16 ohm. You can choose your preferred output, shrink and zip the other wires, and change things later if you replace the speaker. If you Google the Ceriatone diagram for their 5F1 clone, it shows you how to wire the outputs on an impedence selector switch, so you can have all three impedences available at the twist of a dial. NextGen will get this to you as quick as the mail will deliver it. I'm always satisfied.