Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Blowing fuses at gigs is not a very nice habit. I suspect that you need to retube the output stage. It is the most common cause of fuse blowing. Even though not being overdriven, the life you get out of output tubes relates to volume and time. The higher the levels, the more often they may need to be replaced. Go for the Groove Tube replacements if you can afford them GT6L6GE , but I use a gain matched pair of Sovtek Russian made Electro Harmonix ELH6L6EH in this type of amp. They cost about half as much, are designed with Fender style output stages in mind and do a great job.
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Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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