#1
Does anyone know of an amp head that has EL34's and a tube rectifier that is NOT Mesa Boogie?
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#2
Rand.. Oh wait, my suggestion doesn't apply here

Old Marshalls, maybe? I think some of the older JCM800's might have had one.
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#3
There's a B-52 model with those options. But I believe it's discontinued now.
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#5
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Rand.. Oh wait, my suggestion doesn't apply here

Old Marshalls, maybe? I think some of the older JCM800's might have had one.


I don't think the JCM 800s ever had it, but I think some of the older plexis that used EL34s would have. Not sure though.
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#6
Matchless C30? or the Ceriatone copy.

I think that has the features you're looking for.
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#7
Quote by Jesstaa
I don't think the JCM 800s ever had it, but I think some of the older plexis that used EL34s would have. Not sure though.

JTM 45. Uses KT66's.

A lot of Roccafortes use GZ34 rectifiers, IIRC.

There are 2 mesas that run EL34's with tube rectifiers that aren't in the Rectifier series: They are the Stiletto and the Electradyne.

BTW, the Single Recto doesn't even have a tube rectifier stock.
#8
Oh, and Granger makes a Trainwreck clone with that setup.
#9
Quote by imgooley
JTM 45. Uses KT66's.

A lot of Roccafortes use GZ34 rectifiers, IIRC.

There are 2 mesas that run EL34's with tube rectifiers that aren't in the Rectifier series: They are the Stiletto and the Electradyne.

BTW, the Single Recto doesn't even have a tube rectifier stock.



KT66's aren't directly switchable with EL34s, although with like 1 resistor change they can be switched.

And surely there's more JTM or whatever series amps with tube rectifiers?
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