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JJ Fender Blues Jr Valve Kit

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

This JJ Fender Blues Jr Valve Kit t contains three ECC83S’s ( 12AX7)  and two  EL84’s. We  match  one of the the  ECC83S’s and the EL84’s.

You will receive a test certificate showing the matching info. Valves are made in Slovakia by JJ Electronic. All your valves are tested on our suite of AVO testers

£73.50

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Product Description

JJ Fender Blues Jr Valve Kit

Our  JJ Fender Blues Jr Valve Kit and contains three ECC83S’s ( 12AX7)  and two  EL84’s. This kit a collection of 15 watt EL84 amps including Laney Bugera and Dr Z.  Many of the later VOX 15 amps use this kit.

We  match  one of the the  ECC83S’s and the EL84’s. You will receive a test certificate showing the matching info. Valves are matched at real voltages found in your amp

We also have a nice Sovtek valve kit  which uses the exact valves as originally fitted to the Fender Blues Jr

You will receive a test certificate showing the matching info. Valves are made in Slovakia by JJ Electronic

We have shipping options 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 .

Additional Information

Amp make

Bugera, Fender, Laney, Dr Z, Vox

Amp model

AC15, AC15C1, AC15HW2, Blues Junior, LC15, LC15R, Maz 18 No Reverb, NT15C1, Pro Junior, TT20, V22 Infinium

Supermatch

No, Yes

Recent Customer Reviews


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"Fantastic tubes and speedy delivery" J.S Bought JJ El84 Matched and EH12AX7's reviewed 10 November 2021"

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"Great service, fast delivery, excellent valves all superbly packaged, thanks very much…….. I’ll be back!" M.B. bought Tung Sol 12AX7's and EL34B's Reviewed 13 Nov 2021

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