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TUBE SHIELD, BAYONET "PUSH AND TWIST" TYPE, ALUMINUM, 1 15/16" TALL. If you have a cherished octal power tube or rectifier with a broken keyway, here is a great solution. STYLE MICALEX TUBE SOCKET FOR MINIATURE 9-PIN TUBES. Values available include 10u F/500V, 16u F/475V, 22u F/500V, 47u F/500V, 80u F/450V, 100u F/100V, 100u F/450V, and 220u F/300V. Ruby Gold Capacitors are rated at 105 C for longer life, improved stability in the hot environment of tube amplifiers, and increased protection against electrolyte deterioration.
Perfect for Twin Reverb, Showman and Dual Showman, Quad Reverb, Bassman 100, etc. F&T Caps are known for their great stability and reliability.
Contains four 8-pin sockets, four "bear trap" retainers, eight mounting screws, four 470 ohm screen grid resistors (Metal-Film Flameproof for safety), and four carbon composition 1500 ohm control grid resistors. Founded in 1948 by Heinz Fischer and Alfred Tausche, F&T Capacitors has over 60 years of experience in producing some of the finest capacitors available today.
Fender Vintage Amp (60s Blackface and 70s Silverface) Power Tube Socket replacement kit. ) from the original blackface and silverface eras which have four power tubes (6L6). Gold-Plated Solid-State Tube Rectifier Replacement. CAPACITOR, F&T BRAND, AXIAL LEAD ELECTROLYTIC, VARIOUS VALUES AND VOLTAGES AVAILABLE (SEE OPTIONS) Made in Germany.
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When David replaced Syd Barrett in early 1968, he continued with the same setup as his predecessor, – Fender Telecaster and Selmer amplifiers and cabinets.
David would also scale down his rig for TV-appearances in 1970-’71 using only one Hiwatt head and a WEM cabinet.
– Hiwatt DR103 All Purpose 100W heads with Mullard 4x EL34 power tubes and 4x ECC83 pre-amp tubes.
Many of these resources refer to source-date-codes located on pots or speakers within your amplifier.Dave Reeves, who had been working for Sound City between 1966-68, had started his own company called Hiwatt and by January 1969 he began making custom 100w heads for local musicians and bands like Jethro Tull and The Who are seen using Hiwatts in May later that year.David used only two Hiwatt heads throughout the autumn of ’69 and the more familiar three heads setup appeared sometime during the summer in 1970. Will withstand high temperatures of pre-amp tubes, reusable when you change tubes. Contains two 8-pin sockets, two "bear trap" retainers, four mounting screws, two 470 ohm screen grid resistors (Metal-Film Flameproof for safety), and two carbon composition 1500 ohm control grid resistors. 1.19" in diameter, 0.86" tall (not including pins and center post). One year warranty, triple-diode construction for reliability and long service. Do not install in an amplifier that does not have a standby switch - always use the standby switch in amps so equipped when using the 5RTR. 90 capacitors total, each individually bagged by type and value.
An economical alternative to more expensive tube dampers. Fender Vintage Amp (60s Blackface and 70s Silverface) Power Tube Socket replacement kit. ) from the original blackface and silverface eras which have two power tubes (6L6 or 6V6). Because there is no warm up of a rectifier tube when using this solid state device, it is absolutely necessary that a standby switch is used in conjunction with this device. Do not install in an amplifier that does not have a standby switch - always use the standby switch in amps so equipped when using the 5SSR. Contains 5 each of the following values in 630V Axial Metal Film (similar to Mallory 150 style): .001u F, .0022u F, .0047u F, .01u F, .022u F, .047u F, .1u F, .22u F, .47u F and 5 each of the following values in 630V polypropylene radial (similar to orange drop style): .001u F, .0022u F, .0047u F, .01u F, .022u F, .047u F, .1u F, .22u F, .47u F.The distortion that is created when a tube amp is overdriven was something invented by creative musicians or by chance when musicians tried to get as much volume out of their amps as possible.