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.
PeaveyHartley Peavey founded Peavey Electronics, one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of musical and professional audio equipment, in 1965, having built his first amplifier in 1957.
Vacuum Tube - EL34B, Valve Art
Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 25W) EL34B(with shadow grid) is a high performance improved version of pentode EL34A to solve the problem of overheated No. 2 Grid. Maximum anode dissipation is 25W and output power of single tube is over 10W in A1 amplification mode. When used in AB1 mode, two tubes can output over 35W. It can substitute 6CA7.
Starting at $14.88
Vacuum Tube - 6550A, Valve Art
Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 42W)
Starting at $37.14
Vacuum Tube - KT66, Valve Art
Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 25W)
Starting at $38.44
Vacuum Tube - KT88, Valve Art
Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 42W).
Starting at $40.92
Vacuum Tube - 12AX7, Peavey
Peavey 'Super 7' 12AX7
Vacuum Tube - EL84, Peavey, Matched Pair
Package of 2Peavey EL84 Matched Pair
Vacuum Tube - 6L6GC, Peavey, Matched Pair
Package of 2Peavey 'Super 6' 6L6GC
Vacuum Tube - 300B, Valve Art
Valve Art, 300B Power Tube
Starting at $138.87