#1
I blew the tubes in the sovtek MIG 50 the other night. I pulled out the pair that were in the blue voodoo to the sovtek and all is fine. They were groove tubes, i didn't get the codes off for which manufacturer made them. I do need to bias it rhough. Not a big deal.

Now i could do a few different things.

Buy a new quad for the blue voodoo, (as i pulled two tubes so i ran it in half power all since i owned it) , so now i have a BV out of use at the moment . And keep the GT's in the MIG.

or I could replace the pair in the MIG and throw the GTs back in the blue voodoo.


What would be a good brand to go with? I do not want to spend a lot as I really do not use these amps much.

Sorry for typos I'm on my phone and this is a the b****
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#2
You know the answer to this. SED =C= if you can afford them, JJ if you can't.
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#3
^ +1

I have SED =C= EL34s in my Splawn now and I'm getting ready to order JJ 6L6s for my Vypyr. The supply/demand has driven the SEDs to a pricey point, at least the last time I checked.

As far as what to put where. Simple. The amp you play the most and like the most should get the new tubes.
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#4
If your amp has a high plate voltage (500+), then SED. Otherwise, save your cash and grab JJs.
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#5
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You know the answer to this. SED =C= if you can afford them, JJ if you can't.


If either amp was used heavily or gigged with (never bv rarely if ever the MIG) so i won't be putting SEDs in either.
I think I'm going to pick up two jjs stick them im the the MIG, and plug tbe GT's back to the bv.

again this is posted from my phone. Cheers
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#6
What's the full code on the GT's?
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