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  • 6H23 / 6922 Rocket Logo

    Rocket Logo 6H23 - This tube sounds wonderful. Great extension, nice mids. Getting preamp grade ones out of a batch is more difficult, so at this time we only have stocks that are Drive Grade; which means they're not really...

  • 6H23 / 6922 Type 2

    6H23 Type 2 - This was boxed a number of ways. They currently come in Electro Harmonix boxes, but we've also had them branded Sovtek, or with the original military markings calling them a 6H23. What counts is the sound,...

  • 6H23 / 6922 Type 3

    6H23 Type 3 - Also called a 6H23P-EB. This is one of the most durable 6922 types we have. It is very clear in the mids. Not as warm as the type 2. But if you have had trouble with noise or you own a difficult preamp, this is...

  • Adzam 6SL7GT

    Adzam 6SL7GT - 1950's vintage from Philips Holland. Silver colored plates make them look just as cool as they sound. As with any of the tubes from the Philips Holland factory, has a smooth midband with just a little more top...

  • Amperex 6922 1960's Vintage made in USA

    Amperex "PQ" 6922 - Super super rare gold pin 6922 early 1960's vintage made by Amperex U.S.A. Branded with the "PQ" shield. We even have some made in 1960 which had the taller bottle similar to their Dutch cousins. In 1961...

  • Amperex 6DJ8 / ECC88 Bugle Boy

    Amperex Bugle Boy 6DJ8/ECC88 - Ohhh baby! I don't think I have to tell you guys much about this one. These are the real deal. 1960's vintage NOS complete with Bugle Boy logo. You know these are one of the most sought after...

  • Amperex 7308 vintage gold pin!

    Amperex gold pin 7308 - Labelled PQ, JAN and USN, all U.S. made. Typically 1960’s vintage. I have super premium for the truly obsessive. Ever so slightly relaxed on top. Liquid, smooth midband. Fabulous, slightly full...

  • Bendix 6384

    Bendix 6384 - Hey! We have "da bomb" in this rare tube. These are made with the super cool bakelite bases, ceramic spacers inside, the works. Each tube is wrapped in tissue, them in cardboard, then vacuum sealed in a foil...

  • Brimar 6V6GTY / CV511

    Brimar 6V6GTY/CV511 - Super Bitchin'! These are made in England, sound incredible, are very powerful, and seem to handle high voltages of certain abusive amps without a hitch. The "Y" in the designation meant the tube was...

  • Brimar CV1985 / 6SL7GT

    Brimar 6SL7GT/CV1985 - Made in England, 1950's vintage. Smoother and more lifelike than that Russian stuff. Greater sense of depth. Ever so slightly relaxed on top. Packed in NATO military boxes... so if nothing else you can...

  • Brimar CV1988 / 6SN7GT

    Brimar 6SN7GT/CV1988 - Made in England. Smooth mids with a greater sense of depth, and slightly relaxed on top. Packed in NATO military boxes. As is typically the case with 6SN7 types from this era, these are not low in...

  • CBS 12AU7

    CBS 12AU7 - These are military stock tubes and are not branded, however based on the plate structure, getter shape, and factory markings, we think they're made by CBS. Tubes are labelled JAN-CBRZ 12AU7. 1953 vintage. Super...

  • CBS Hytron  5692

    CBS-Hytron 5692 -  You may be familiar with the 5692 tube.  Known for their build quality to withstand mutliple g's and to win the cold war.  The engineer designing this tube was thinking about...

  • CEI ECC82 / 12AU7

    CEI ECC82 – CEI stands for Calvert Electronics Inc. They usually sold tubes made by Mullard. Careful inspection shows that these are Mullard internals…just like the old logo Mullard we sell. The codes etched in...

  • Cifte 12AU7

    Cifte 12AU7 - If there is such a thing as 3-dimensional vacuum tube this is it.  I was sooo bummed when we ran out of our last stash of Cifte 12AU7s. I just took them for granted, and before I knew it, they were gone...

  • Early Russian 6H8C / 6SN7

    Russian 6H8C/6SN7 - 1960's vintage. These are sooooo cool. I got these from a guy who actually found them in a warehouse in Brazil... in the jungle. When I opened the musty boxes, I felt so much like Nikita Kruschev I...

  • Ediswan CV2492 / 6922

    Ediswan CV2492 - This is perhaps one of the finest and rarest 6922 types ever made. Virtually unfindable in the U.S. Stunning midrange texture while maintaining top and bottom end extension. You may also sometimes see these...

  • Ei 12BH7

    Ei 12BH7 - These are getting a little tough to find as the Ei factory has been closed for some time now, but we still have a few of these sought-after driver tubes available. As with most 12BH7 tubes, these are not the...

  • Ei 6BQ5 / EL84

    Ei 6BQ5/EL-84 - Made in Yugoslavia. Great tube that is easy to live with, little on the warm side. We have very limited stocks on this tube as the Ei factory ain't makin' any more tubes. Please call or email first to confirm...

  • Ei 6FQ7

    Ei 6FQ7 - Made in Yugoslavia. Current production. Great tube for use in the driver stage of many amplifiers, especially Conrad Johnson. Ei is no longer in business, so these are becoming a hot commodity. NOTE: This tube is...

  • Electro Harmonix 300B

    Electro Harmonix 300B - This is the default bitchin' tube that will not give you problems, sounds wonderful, and priced right. This is the most commonly used OEM tube for manufacturers of 300B amps because of it's low price...

  • Electro Harmonix 6550

    Electro Harmonix 6550 - This is a great tube. Again, we are very conservative, having seen the "hot new tube" being to too cool. These have been tested in real-world conditions and they have proven to be a great tube, so you...

  • Electro Harmonix 6922 Gold Pin

    This is the gold pin version of the 6H23 Type 2. Like the Type 2s, They are slightly relaxed... just a smidge warmer than the Type 3. If you have a Sonic Frontiers or ARC they will help you have a more palpable midrange...

  • Electro Harmonix 6CA7

    Electro-Harmonix 6CA7 - This tube is very similar sonically to the Electro Harmonix EL34, but in a shorter fat bottle design, so we call it a 6CA7. Some folks might find the larger bottle more aesthetically pleasing, or if...

  • Electro Harmonix 6SN7

    Electro Harmonix 6SN7 - Current production tube made by New Sensor in Russia. Great tube. These tubes have been testing really low in noise and microphony, so if you have a preamp that is very sensitive, this may be the way...

  • Electro Harmonix 7591A

    Electro Harmonix 7591A - Have you been searching for a dependable, inexpensive power tube for your old Scott, Fisher, or Harmon Kardon amp?  These new production tubes from Russia are the answer.  They sound...

  • Electro Harmonix EL34

    Electro-Harmonix EL-34 - This tube now has my seal of approval. I love it! A little more energy than the Svetlana, so if you need a little more clarity, and "pop" on top this may be the ticket. Dependable, especially after...

  • Electro Harmonix KT88

    Electro Harmonix KT88 - There were a few versions of this tube created before what's available now. I waited for the first few batches to go through... experience has taught me that many times the first couple of batches...

  • Electro Harmonix KT90

    Electro Harmonix KT88 - The Electro Harmonix KT90-EH tube is a drop-in for any KT88 or 6550 tube... bias your amp just as you would a KT88 and you're good to go! Sonically they are true to the Electo...

  • Europe EZ81 / 6CA4

    6CA4/EZ81 Made in Europe - The exact factory is unknown, but we believe them to be Tungsrams, made in Hungary. Bottom line, these are the cool ones with the long plate, bitchin' sound, last a long time, yadda yadda. May be...