#1
So, I'm looking at new power valves for my amp. What's the difference between 6L6 GC and 6L6 WXT? The manual says I should use GCs, but well, will a pair of WXTs work?
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#3
Of course, the answer of a douche who wants to look mature. Do you really think I would have asked here if I hadn't googled without a satifying result? Now shape up or ship out.
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#4
I am not a tube expert, but I believe that the 6L6WXT is the same as the 7027. If so, it is pretty much the same tube as the 6L6GC but it is a bit taller and it has two extra pins on the base.

This is a rather technical explanation that I found some time ago:

http://www.triodeel.com/7027.htm

These people are pretty knowledgeable.

http://search.store.yahoo.net/thetubestore/cgi-bin/nsearch?catalog=thetubestore&query=6L6WXT&.autodone=http%3A%2F%2Fthetubestore.com%2Fnsearch.html

Shoot them an e-mail and see if they'll give you better information without the overly technical gobbledygook.
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#5
Thanks a lot!
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