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12AX7S-MG - JJ Electronics, Mid Gain

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ECC83 MG is 12AX7 with Mid-gain, which means fuller and richer mids achieved by medium long plate. It provides a milder sound than the regular ECC83. Very low noise and microphonics.

UPC/EAN: 609722166515

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4.00 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

I was glad to replace the existing 12ax7's in my T25-Laredo amp.
It is producing nice clean sounds now.

carmen marranco - September 10th, 2018

It was not your fault and too much trouble to send it back,but it had a regular 12ax7S in the box not a 12ax7s-mg.It was probably a factory mistake.

Frank Karpienski - April 2nd, 2016

This tube in V1 of a client's Fender Blues Junior really livened the tone a bit. It went from a generic-Fender-ISH tone to an articulate tube tone!

It doesn't necessarily add more gain, it simply focuses the gain to the lower-mid-range frequencies allowing lead tones to cut through the mix while still maintain full-range.

Nothing better than a good-sounding low-wattage amp being mic'd to a proper level! And these help paint a good picture!!!

Allen Gordon - May 16th, 2015

When tuning the sound of guitar amplifier, I've been struggling to choose the tube type for reverb mixer position whether ECC803 or ECC83S. ECC803 is higher gain and too much, ECC83S is low gain some time too gentle. Now got MG. Medium gain works just fine. I am very happy to have met this one.

Yasuhiro Tokuda - September 28th, 2014

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