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.
Vacuum TubesThe 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.
Electro-Harmonix 6973 Power Tube Beam power amplifier used in vintage Gretsch and Magnatone amplifiers. This is a real 6973, not a rebrand of a "close" tube.
Starting at $18.20
Package of 2Groove Tube's Gold Series EL84. The warmest Groove Tube in this family. It remains very buttery, with relatively high power output and very even response. A great replacement for many modern stock amps, overcoming a variety of design issues and limitations in inexpensive tube amps.
Superior high-power Octal Beam Tetrode, suitable for any amp using 6550 or KT88. Designed to hold up in even the most punishing environment of high powered bass amps, such as Ampeg SVT. With 42 watts of plate dissipation in tetrode operation and 44 watts in triode, power is improved even over desirable vintage types.
Starting at $31.37
High frequency twin triode preamplifier tube used in studio and hi-fi equipment.
Starting at $14.11
Available in Singles, Matched Pairs or Matched Quads - please select from list.
Starting at $29.80
Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 30W) EXCLUSIVE GT design. This black-plate (carbonized nickel) design features extended heatsink wings. Has strong and focused output, and is highly recommended for enlivening any stock Fender® or Marshall® that uses a standard 6L6. High-performance design delivers 30 watts, with very high performance/headroom. An outstanding replacement for any tube amp with 6L6 power tubes.
Beam-power pentode designed for use in the audio frequency power output stage of television and radio receivers. Capable of supply high power output with high sensitivity, high efficiency, and low third and higher-order harmonic distortion.
The JJ Electronic 7027A offers the same reliability and tone as the JJ 6L6GC but with the correct pinout for vintage amplifiers that use 7027 tubes like older Ampegs. At 30W, this tube delivers plenty of headroom. The highs are clear and responsive with warm mids and tight solid lows. Known for their reliability and articulation, the JJ 7027A is a great option guitar amplifiers and Hi-Fi stereo equipment.
Starting at $19.54
Chinese 812A Available in Singles or Matched Pairs - please select from list.
Starting at $26.43
Package of 2Peavey 'Super 6' 6L6GC
Blue glass envelope. A sonically faithful reproduction of the original tubes with a robust construction encased in a thick glass envelope. The JJ KT88 delivers a powerful 42 Watts with plenty of headroom to spare. This tube has a tone that is warm and lively with a detailed and balance response.
Starting at $40.01
Blue glass envelope. The JJ Electronic E34L adds more power to a standard EL34 due to its higher grid voltage rating. This increase gives the tube more headroom and a tighter response on the low end. The wide frequency response of this tube offers excellent harmonics that work in a variety of genres ranging from the cleanest cleans to rich and aggressive breakup.
Starting at $16.87
In the ECC823, Section 1 of the tube (pins 6, 7, and 8) is the low gain 12AU7/ECC82 spec (gain factor 17) and Section 2 (pins 1, 2, and 3) is the high gain 12AX7/ECC83 spec (gain factor 100).
The 12AT7 is a miniature, high-mu, twin triode designed for use as a grounded-grid radio-frequency amplifier or as a combined oscillator and mixer at frequencies below approximately 300 megacycles.
Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 25W)
Starting at $34.21
A different construction of the classic EL34 tube that offers a different tonal palette than the original. This tube has a more compact plate structure than standard EL34’s. The JJ EL34 II has an increased low to low-mid end with plenty of headroom to spare. The JJ EL34 II is stronger than the original but not harsh sounding in any way.
Starting at $14.24
A sonically faithful reproduction of the original tubes with a robust construction encased in a thick glass envelope. The JJ KT66 delivers a powerful 25 Watts with plenty of headroom. This tube has a tone that is warm, thick, and straightforward. With a more balanced sound than the 6L6GC, the JJ KT66 is an excellent choice for a full bodied tone.
Starting at $35.56
Duplex-diode high-mu triode designed for use as a combined detector, automatic-volume-control rectifier and audio amplifier in a-c, a-c/d-c, or automobile receivers.
Miniature tube containing three high-perveance diodes and a high-mu triode in the same envelope. One of the diodes has a separate cathode connection. The tube is designed for use as a combined AM and FM detector and audio-frequency amplifier.
Miniature, medium-mu twin triode designed primarily for use as a vertical-deflection amplifier in television receivers. The two sections may be employed in parallel, or as a combined vertical-deflection amplifier and vertical oscillator.
Electro-Harmonix 7868 power pentode tube with “novar” base. Made in Russia.
Starting at $26.66
The JJ Electronic EL509S is an eight pin octal based version of the EL509 / EL519. This modified version does not have the top plate cap which is instead wired to a pin on the octal base. This tube is rated for 700V and 42 Watts plate dissipation. The JJ EL509 is popularly used in output transformerless OTL amplifiers.
Starting at $34.67
Miniature power pentode designed primarily for use as the video output amplifier in television receivers. The tube exhibits high transconductance, high power sensitivity, and low interelectrode capacitances.
Premium power beam tetrode, a reissue of the famous “Bluesbreaker” tube. Full tone with plenty of chime and powerful bass.
- High quality & cost-effective
- Originally a British equivalent to 6L6 and a mainstay of the British hi-fi industry
- Used in '50s - '60s hi-fi favorites such as the Heath W-5M and many Leak amplifiers
Starting at $32.00