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Published on 10/25/13 at 02:40
Value For Money : Excellent
It replaces an electro harmonix in stage drive (v2) of the peavey classic 30. Less linear than e. H. it boosts a little lower midrange. For 9 euros (musikerkram.de) the price / quality ratio is good.
There are currently no reviews for the 5751 Tesla dd I put in v1 so I question a bit here.
Before it was v1 and v2: electro harmonix 12AX7 and Sovtek lps v3. When I went on the drive channel sound lost bass and treble.
Now it is v1: tesla 5751, v2: ECC83s, v3 Electro Harmonix 12AX7 and the drive channel sound balance keeps clear sound.
The 5751 provides a more progressive course of gain on the clean channel. For those who do not know the classic 30 was little or no sound until two and suddenly, bim! Long live in, no problem but appart 'is just 2 I play. This sounds like the lamp ECC83s but easier dose low earnings and the sound is clear longer (more headroom). If you never push your amp background or has too much fishing, this is the lamp for you. If you want to saturate faster, go your way.
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