#1
So, I just got new tubes for my epi valve jr and I am ready to replace the stock ones. I have never replaced tubes before, and I was wondering if I need to worry about biasing them. In the v. jr head there is just one preamp tube and one power tube, if that makes a difference. If I dont need to have them biased I guess Ill just open the thing up and plug the replacements in. Any suggestions or words of wisdom that people can offer about changing the tubes?
#2
bring it to a guitar shop and get a licenced person to change them, If you don't do it right you can be killed seriously. Get a licenced tech to do it.
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#3
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bring it to a guitar shop and get a licenced person to change them, If you don't do it right you can be killed seriously. Get a licenced tech to do it.


Yeah after reading the amp's literature and warnings just now I figured that would be best.
#4
eh, I say pop em in and pray for the best
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#5
if they are of the same numbers n **** then you wouldnt need to get them biased otherwise if your not confident get a professional to do it for you