#2
They'll be awfully quiet, usually one uses an amp rather than just loose tubes.
#3
Quote by Roc8995
They'll be awfully quiet, usually one uses an amp rather than just loose tubes.

haha sorry. in a jtm45, i have the choice of kt66's or el34's
#4
Go for the KT's if you want a bluesy-rock tone. Not very familiar with EL's but they are good for lead though.
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#5
Since Angus only uses stock Marshall amps and most of the stock Marshalls have EL34's you should put in the EL34's for that sound.
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#6
I'd do the KT66s for AC/DC. You'll get a bit later breakup and more clarity with them.
#7
I like E34L's personally. Slightly later breakup/ more headroom.
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Quote by JesusCrisp
Since Angus only uses stock Marshall amps and most of the stock Marshalls have EL34's you should put in the EL34's for that sound.
Angus's main studio amp is a JTM45 which runs KT66s.