Re: ECC83 tube
- From: Jim <jim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 11:09:58 -0700
Phil Allison wrote:
"Jim in Jerk"Yes, I know a little about them.Phil Allison wrote:"adam79"It has the 220V power transformer?
That's why the first sentence of my post reads the way it does..** Meaningless - just like your dumb question.
Anyways, in response to the other questions, they are the pre-tubes that are in my JMP 2204. The amp was made to sell in the UK, which is why the tubes are ECC83s instead of 12ax7s.
** Don't know much about Marshalls - do you.
** But obviously nothing about the voltage selectors on UK models.
What good is a voltage selector if it doesn't have a 220V primary? Want to play semantics?
And you just posted to the wrong person.I knew I was posting to two guys in one message.
** A very stupid practice and very bad usenet etiquette.
There's "netiquette" in AGA???
Not in mine. I bought my JMP new, and it came with marked Tungsram preamp tubes, marked GE 6550A power tubes.** See the word " likely " ??** The JMP 2204 was made up to 1981, according to "dr.tube.com".What makes you think that they haven't been replaced in the last 28 odd years?
So your no brand ECC83s are likely original, pre 1981 make
The original tubes in those amps were as the OP describes.
** So what ???
The OP says he bought the **UK** version - same amp sold everywhere except for the US, Canada & Japan.
They used un-branded ECC83s and EL34s, some of which had "Marshall" printed on the glass.
That is the model being discussed.
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