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5AR4/GZ34 - JJ Electronics

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SKU: T-5AR4-JJ
Item ID: 004554
Price: $15.00
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GZ34S is 5AR4 octal base rectifier diode. It provides strong current output. Suitable for all Hi-Fi and Guitar amplifiers.

UPC/EAN: 844632064074

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

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5.00 out of 5 based on 7 reviews
5

The JJ GZ34 has a lower voltage drop than most 5AR4 tubes. Very good value for the money.

Anonymous - April 10th, 2016
5

Works great and will buy it again.

Chicken Pickn Parker - March 20th, 2016
5

Nice reliable rectifier.........

Rick Shaw - April 19th, 2015
5

I re-tubed a modified Fender Deluxe that was becoming noisy. I gig a lot and it had been awhile since the tubes were replaced. With the new tubes the amp is much quieter. Thanks.

Mike Nelson - February 12th, 2015
5

I've learned that the total tone characteristics is changed by using different rectifier.
SOVTEK gives me darker color. And This JJ gives me more highs which leads brighter color of tone.
Reliability is almost the same as Russian one but better than Chinese ones.

Yasuhiro Tokuda - September 28th, 2014
5

Antique has the fastest and best packaged shipping in the west. Be sure to check out their custom tube selection service for special applications. Best rating of 5 pony express horses...

Ocean Way Recording - September 9th, 2014
5

The best reliability you can get. It's sound is brighter and more powerfull than the others when using in Deluxe reverb.

Yasuhiro Tokuda - July 6th, 2014

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