stock marshall tube codes

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  1. mickeydg5

    mickeydg5 Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    "No Selection" means the preamp tube was not selected for a specific purpose. So it is an average or standard used tube as you put it.
    Selected tubes would be for gain or microphony level.
     
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    I have a couple of the gold "high micropony" tubes..

    Does this mean they have a high noise floor? What position would you use that tube in a amp?

    I have some red "low micropony" ones plus a half dozen of the standard 00055 white ones.

    Thanks
     
  3. Matus

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    Hi everyone..new to this forum! Owner of VM2466 which is currently waiting to be repaired :/ great amp tho!

    Anyway...as i was messing about trying to find out what's up with it, I pulled out all tubes to check them and that's what brought me to this thread...

    I have a ecc83 0066 in V1 and the rest are 0055...i'm about to change them too but I couldn't find any info on which is the right/better type of tube to use or of it's ok to mix and match like I had?!

    Thanks guys!
     
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    I have one like this. It says Marshall on it and it appears to be an EI.
     
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    i had stock tung sols el34 in my 1959slp is it current?
     
  6. Mark V

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    My Red logo Marshall valve ECC83 is called vlve-90067. Are you saying this is the JJ low ?
     
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    Hi! Some days ago, I was offered a matched quartet of 6550 marshall stock valves in a Spanish local shop, they were coded VLVE-00033, so I know they're winged "C" Svetlana. They also had a brown dot sticked on its base. I suppose these serve as markers for matching purposes, following some kind of color code. Does anyone knows if those colors are associated with some kind of values that should be taken into account in the re-biasing?

    Ps. English is not my mother tongue, sorry for any mistakes.
     
  8. mickeydg5

    mickeydg5 Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    Marshall does not color code power tubes as far as I know. So the brown stickers may indicate testing my another party.

    Winged C Svetlana tubes are good/great as long as they have not been worn out.
     
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    I emailed Marshall tech support last week and the senior tech there said the new DSL's use TAD Mullard tubes.

    Just mentioning it.
     
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    VLVE-00049 12AX7B/ECC83 Shuguang High Microphony Gold Logo made my 1959hw more what i expect it would be . With the stock -VLVE-00066 ECC83S JJ Low Microphony Red Logo , it was a bit dull for my taste
    Just sayin' :)
     
  11. Joska

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    IMG_0968.jpeg IMG_0969.jpeg Does anyone know who made this ones, i got them allmost for free and they do sound as good,if not better as Svetlana winged"C"?
     

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