#2
test tubes hold samples of chemical elements in reactions
inner tubes help people float on the water
boob tubes help people pig out on the couch and watch football
fallopian tubes transport the eggs of a mammal to the uterus
#3
Quote by deahhizooke
test tubes hold samples of chemical elements in reactions
inner tubes help people float on the water
boob tubes help people pig out on the couch and watch football
fallopian tubes transport the eggs of a mammal to the uterus


And an "All Tube" amp has at least one of each. Lesson Complete
#4
rofl
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#5
Be more specific in your question.
I'm not very active here on UG currently.
I'm a retired Supermod off to the greener pastures of the real world.
#6
lol, ok?
like 12AX7, 12AT7, 6L6, EL34, and what does it mean if my amp is tube A or tube AB or tube AB1?
#7
12ax7's are typically preamp tubes, 12a?7's are just different gain models, (for example, 12at7 is lower gain than 12ax7, they also have different specs).

6l6's and EL34's are commonly used for power tubes.

This is from the gibson website, it explains everything pretty well:
A Push Pull stage can be biased Class A, where current flows in both tubes for the entire input cycle (but in opposite directions), or Class AB, where current flows alternately in both halves, but less than a full cycle in each, or Class B, where current flows only half the time in each tube.
#8
greenbox! either link us the info or write up a nice tutorial or chart on tube names/specs/interchangeability!! could be a good thing to keep handy for those of us who get new amps but want something differnt out of em