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Vacuum Tube - EL84, Electro-Harmonix

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SKU: T-EL84-EH
Item ID: 004854
Starting at: $11.70
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Tube measurements are as follows:

  • Height: 2.75” (without pins)*
  • Diameter: 0.87” *

*Note: Due to the method of production in regards to the glass, measurements may vary slightly.

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Single or MatchedOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
Apex Matched PairT-EL84-EH-MP609722127790
Apex Matched QuadT-EL84-EH-MQ609722127806
SingleT-EL84-EH683274021744

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Product Reviews

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5.00 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
5

Very, very pleased with these in my Orange AD-15.
More balanced, articulate and open compared to the JJs I had in there, which were good but a bit too meaty and dense sounding for this amp. Fast turnaround on my order too.

Crashcup - February 10th, 2017
5

See my review on Electro-Harmonix 12AX7. I bought the matched pair of EL84s and I now have a completely different amp (along with a few other changes)

Michael Naylor - January 30th, 2016
5

Awesome. Quick delivery, solid packaging and the tubes I bought work excellent! Thank you

cjune - December 15th, 2015
5

Great sound, very clear with good headroom and a nice tight crunch when cranked although I use a Digitech unit for driving it. Installed it in my Blackheart BH5-112 which I use to gig with every weekend after I mic it up. Small amps are the way to go. I started with a Fender Deluxe Reverb and went up in power from there and now down to using a 5 watter! Great price on tubes, great service and now my main source for amp parts.

jonranper - March 15th, 2015
5

I don't know a ton about tubes, but I put these in an old Univox amp to replace a pair of failing Sovteks. I prefer to use a volume boost pedal and let the power tubes distort for a more natural, dynamic sound vs using dirt/fuzz pedals. To my ears these were louder (could just be that the old Sovteks were toast) but certainly a more well balanced distorted tone, full lows, mids and highs. Sounds pretty great right now, I'm happy with the purchase.

DM - August 17th, 2014

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