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The first electronic amplification of sound was done with Vacuum Tubes. We have pre-amp, power and rectifier vacuum tubes among other types in New Old Stock from the golden era of American & European manufacturing as well as current production tubes from today.

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T-GZ34-MULVacuum Tube - GZ34/5AR4, Mullard
Mullard Reissue GZ34 (5AR4). Current production, made in Russia.
This is a copy of the most popular rectifier valve ever built by Mullard. It has a low internal voltage drop and a controlled heater warm up time which helps extend the life of the other valves in the amplifier by allowing them to heat up before plate voltage is applied.
$38.95
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T-6L6WXT+SOVTVacuum Tube - 6L6WXT+, Sovtek
Higher in gain than the 5881WXT, with full base.
Sovtek is proud to announce the release of their new 6L6WXT+ vacuum tube. Modelled after the vintage RCA 6L6GC "blackplate," the Sovtek 6L6WXT+ features larger plate dimensions and improved grid structure for increased power handling capabilities. The 6L6WXT+ also features mica spacers with metal springs to eliminate tube rattle and microphonics. The Sovtek 6L6WXT+ yields a 20% higher output than the Sovtek 5881WXT and offers superior tone and overall performance to any 6L6 or KT66.
Starting at $22.50
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T-6550-TUNGVacuum Tube - 6550, Tung-Sol Reissue
Copy of the original type 3 Tung-Sol 6550 made in the 1960s. Triple getter, carbonized screen, and gold plated grid. The current production benchmark of the classic 6550.
Made in Saratov, Russia
Starting at $34.95
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Vacuum Tube - 5749 / 6BA6W, Pentode, Remote Cut-Off
Miniature remote-cutoff pentode intended for use as a high-gain radio frequency or intermediate-frequency amplifier. Its remote-cutoff characteristic makes it suitable for use in circuits to which it is desired to apply automatic-gain-control.
$4.90
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T-6CA7-JJVacuum Tube - 6CA7, JJ Electronics

A true to form reproduction of a classic tube that will work in most EL34 amps. The 6CA7 is often considered the American cousin to the British EL34. Sonically, this tube is closer to a 6L6 than an EL34 but without the sometimes harsh high end of the 6L6.


Starting at $16.45
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T-EF806S-JJ-XVacuum Tube - EF806/EF86/6267, JJ Electronics, Long Plate

The JJ Electronic EF806S is a high quality reproduction of the classic EF86. This pentode features a robust construction with the internal shielding used in the original tubes. The JJ EF806 can be used in any EF86 circuit including microphones and amplifiers.


Starting at $29.95
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Vacuum Tube - 6J5, Triode, Medium-MU
General-purpose triode designed for use as a detector, amplifier, or oscillator. Features include a relatively high transconductance and a medium amplification factor.
$8.90
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T-EL34B-TUNGVacuum Tube - EL34B, Tung-Sol Reissue

Higher impedance design with increased touch responsiveness and a unique clipping characteristic with a hint of the 6L6 sound. Made in Saratov, Russia


Starting at $24.70
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T-12AX7-C-GTVacuum Tube - 12AX7 C, Groove Tubes

9 pin miniature preamp tube (Amplification Factor = 100). This is the ubiquitous Chinese 12AX7 with added selection. The gain is high and the American "Groove Tubes" must be filtering out the noisiest ones. Great chiming tone with sweet, warm midrange excellent for Marshall® and Fender® amps. Smooth distortion characteristics and one of the highest-output preamp tubes in the GT 12AX7 line, with very consistent quality


$19.95
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Vacuum Tube - 6SA7, Heptode
Metal pentagrid converter. It is intended to perform the combined functions of the mixer and oscillator in superheterodyne receivers, especially those of the all-wave type. The 6SA7 is constructed to provide excellent frequency stability.
$3.90
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