#2
yes but you would have to have your amps wiring re-biased
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#3
yes you can, you need to change the plate voltage though i think
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#5
Maybe! Some amps have a switch to chose between the 2, most dont. If the plate voltage is higher than 550v then no. It would still need to be biased. So its not just swap the tubes and away you go.
#7
You CAN'T just plug EL-34s in an amp that's set up for 6L6's. It needs to be re-biased, even if it doesn't exceed the limitations of the new tubes.

You'll need a tech to do that for you anyway. Ask him.
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yes but you would have to have your amps wiring re-biased

The amps wiring...hmm that's a new one.

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