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Old 2nd March 2014
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Looking for a list of amps that used various tubes

Hi, I'm looking for details in relation to the following tubes -

12ax7
12AU7
12AT7
6DJ8
6C16
6V6

Is there a list out there that goes into detail about what amps used which tubes, pre and power sections, etc?
Old 2nd March 2014
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I too would love to see a list like this.
Old 2nd March 2014
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12ax7: High Gain Dual Triode...Just about every modern, and many vintage tube amps
12AU7: Low Gain Dual Triode...Some bass amps, power amps and hi-fi amps
12AT7: Mid Gain Dual Triode... Phase inverter, reverb circuit in most Fenders, and other amps
6DJ8: High Transconductance Dual Triode...Some hi-fi amps, more common in TVs.
6C16: Pentode/Triode...Some hi-fi amps, headphone amps, many utility functions.
6V6: Low wattage Pentode...Most vintage low wattage Fenders, including Champ, Deluxe, Princeton variations...many current amps including Fender, Carr, Tone King, 65Amps, Fargen, etc....a very common power amp tube.
Old 2nd March 2014
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Oh yeah I do have a Fender list bookmarked (at the bottom of the page):
Superior Music - Fender Amp, Amplifier Serial Numbers
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