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JJ 6V6S Output Valve

The JJ 6V6S Output Valve  new and tested by us on our AVO  valve  testers. Used in amps such as the Fender Deluxe Reverb.Fully tested by us prior to dispatch.  Stock is in Yorkshire, UK.  We ship every day except Sunday.



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Product Description

JJ 6V6S Output Valve

The JJ 6V6S Output Valve is used in famous Fender amps such as the Deluxe Reverb etc.. It is specified to handle higher voltages when compared to alternative brands

The  6V6S is fully tested by us on our analogue AVO valve testers. The product is brand new and also factory tested.

Stock is in Yorkshire, UK an we ship every day except Sunday. 

 There are 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 .


Note: Valves use high voltages and these voltages are dangerous. The amp can still retain these high voltages for some time even after being switched off.  If you are not sure of fitting them , please seek the services of qualified personnel

Additional Information

Weight 0.1 kg

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