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Groove Tubes 12AX7C GOLD SERIES
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Groove Tubes 12AX7C GOLD SERIES

Guitar Amp Tube from Groove Tubes .

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" Excellent."

Groove Tubes 12AX7C GOLD SERIESPublished on 05/14/13 at 07:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Very successful test on a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe combo V1. This lamp provides more extensive than the Ruby I love sound. Its clear, the sound is gaining consistency and balance across the frequency spectrum. Acute, including gaining musicality with a higher density and greater wealth. In "drive" mode, we find that higher balance decorated with a good heat. The gain appears to be higher and the grain more "open".
A great lamp advantageously replace a 12AX7R the same sorter.
Euroguitar is particularly well positioned in terms of price on this model.
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" Best 12AX7 new on the market?"

Groove Tubes 12AX7C GOLD SERIESPublished on 10/30/10 at 12:40
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I used it for 6 months in a guitar amp and preamp studio Universal Audio.

I tried Sovtek, JJ and Philips 80 ', but to my ears there's nothing like this lamp China!
Purchased in the States for 15 € fdp understood.

Until then, I loved the DD for their "heat" in the Mid particular. But 12ax7c selected by Groove Tubes offers the highest fidelity, bass and lower midrange revived and are very well defined, mids are rich without being aggressive and "nag" as with DD. The highs are very sweet!
This lamp "open" sound.

My humble advice: for the price, test a ... I'm spending much more expensive to improve my equipment and which added nothing better in the end, whereas with this lamp and......
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I used it for 6 months in a guitar amp and preamp studio Universal Audio.

I tried Sovtek, JJ and Philips 80 ', but to my ears there's nothing like this lamp China!
Purchased in the States for 15 € fdp understood.

Until then, I loved the DD for their "heat" in the Mid particular. But 12ax7c selected by Groove Tubes offers the highest fidelity, bass and lower midrange revived and are very well defined, mids are rich without being aggressive and "nag" as with DD. The highs are very sweet!
This lamp "open" sound.

My humble advice: for the price, test a ... I'm spending much more expensive to improve my equipment and which added nothing better in the end, whereas with this lamp and fifteen Euro means much better. (Provided that the device which is desired to change the lamps is beautifully made ...)






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  • Manufacturer: Groove Tubes
  • Model: 12AX7C GOLD SERIES
  • Category: Guitar Amp Tubes
  • Added in our database on: 10/30/2010

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Other names: 12ax7c gold series, 12ax7cgoldseries, 12ax 7c gold series, 12 ax7 c gold series, 12 ax7 cgoldseries, 12ax7c gold

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