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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The short answer is 12ax7a and yes. If the problem is a defective tube, then replace it with another of the same type. The tube will be tight int he socket adn will require a tipping slightly in a circular motion to work it out of the socket. Pay attention to the key (space) when inserting the replacement.
P.S. Depending upon the sound you want, you can replace the 12ax7a with a 12au7 to get a softer sound. Both tubes are pin adn circuit compatible.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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