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EL84 6BQ5 EH Matched Pair For Superior Tone

EL84 6BQ5 EH matched pairs are hand tested by us and matched. These are top of the ¬†line EL84’s . We supply a test certificate showing the matching. We also test your valves at 400 volts – the real voltages seen in your amp


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EL84 6BQ5 EH matched Pair

The  EL84 6BQ5  from Electro Harmonix is  the brand of choice for many   based  guitar amplifiers, hifi, and jukeboxes.  Due to its rugged construction and conservative ratings, it is one of the most reliable current production types available for use in Vox AC-30 type amplifiers. In addition, its linearity and tone characteristic make it the ideal replacement for EL84 based hi-fi amplifiers, such as those built by Fisher, Scott, and Harmon-Kardon.

The price is for two hand tested valves, made in Russia in the world’s largest valve/tube factory.


We have these factory matched and we further the refine the matching and we provide a test certificate showing the results we also test the valves at  400 volts HT for added piece of mind. The product is supplied with a test certificate showing the test results and matching.

The factory tests these valves to the US Dept of defense Mil Std 133 Revision D.

There is an international shipping options too. for UK and international customers.  Just make your selection at checkout. Get your valves delivered faster!

We also give a 180 day from receipt warranty on the product ( excludes  user caused mechanical damage ) for peace of mind .

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