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The tube version is a lot warmer and more "real" sounding, it's also more responsive and just generally better all around, the cheaper SS models are great for budget practice amps though.
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Quote by Kid_Thorazine
The tube version is a lot warmer and more "real" sounding, it's also more responsive and just generally better all around, the cheaper SS models are great for budget practice amps though.

+1. I found the tube one to be warmer and thicker, in tone than the SS ones.
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