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Slightly less power and a more aggressive edge when pushed into distortion.
The ever-popular and sorely missed Chinese 12AX7 is finally back! This tube has a warm, fat, old-style tone...
Classic Euro type with medium to high gain and a linear frequency response.
The Gold Series GT-6L6-CHP is a Groove Tubes' exclusive design, delivering true high-performance. It is a 6L6...
This Groove Tubes Gold Series GT-EL84-S power tube comes in duet and quartet sets. This European version with...
Tested under extreme listening conditions and guaranteed to be free of excess noise and microphonic ring.
The Groove Tubes Gold Series GT-6CA7GE power tubes comes in a matched duet set and are the reissue of the...
The Groove Tubes GT-6V6-S Duet is a high-output 6V6 with an aggressive tone and is capable of handling plate...
A great choice for a phase inverter tube.
The 1st choice of pro players.
Early 70's vintage gain levels with a returned wider frequency response.
Hand-selected for musical quality.
Contains 2 selected lower gain, slow rise-time 12AX7C tubes optimized for the preamp stage of Fender...
As long as there have been electric guitars, there have been tube amps to give them their voice. Although newer technologies have tried, nothing can quite replicate the unmistakable tone and character of vintage-style tube circuits. Of course, customizing and maintaining an amp often means changing the tubes, and for more than three decades, musicians have turned to Groove Tubes to get the best possible sound out of their amplifiers.
There are a lot of things that set this Californian tube maker apart from the competition. They're renowned for their commitment to innovation in their designs, for example, not to mention the high standards for quality that they make sure all their tubes live up to. In this section, you'll find all three varieties present and accounted for: power, preamp and rectifier tubes.
The right tubes for your amplifier will depend on the model that you have. For instance, rectifier tubes are not as common as the other two types. But if you have a hardcore all-tube amp or a genuine vintage model, you're much more likely to find this kind of tube inside. Before browsing the Groove Tubes lineup, it definitely pays to do your homework and know in advance what kinds of tubes you need.
The second most common type is the power tube. These are found in lots of tube amps, and Groove Tubes have got plenty to choose from. The important thing to keep in mind here is that most amps require a matched set. Thankfully, Groove Tubes have been thoughtful enough to package most of their power tubes in sets, so it's easy to get what you need.
No matter what model amp you have, if it's a tube amp, it's guaranteed to have at least one preamp tube. These are the real heavyweights when it comes to determining the amp's tone, so it's the preamp tube you'll want to start with if your goal is sound customization. Check out the Groove Tubes Gold Series GT-12AX7-C for an example: it's one of the most popular and widely-used preamp tubes around.
Whatever kinds of tubes you're looking for, whether it's for replacement or an upgrade, Groove Tubes can absolutely deliver the performance you need. This choice is definitely a personal one, so the best advice anyone can give you is to be sure you know the right kinds of tubes for your own amp, and carefully check out all the options to make certain you're picking out the best tubes for your own style and tastes. If you do that, you can't go wrong with any of the options available from Groove Tubes.