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Marshall DSL15 Superior Valve Kit with Tung Sol valves

This is a fully tested kit contains four Tung Sol 12AX7’s and two 6VGT’s, , made in the Saraov factory in Russia.  We use our  SUPERMATCH process  to match  one of the the  12AX7’s and the 6V6GT’s.  We supply a test certificate showing the matching test results.

£96.66

Product Description

This Marshall DSL15  superior valve kit has 4 Tung Sol 12AX7 and two Tung Sol 6V6GT’s Marshall today use Tung Sol in their current production of new amps.

Why?

Tung Sol offer a superb punchy tone that is just made for Marshalls.  The Tung Sol 12AX7 has a spiral wound heater which minimises hum.  Nazareth will only use Tung Sols from us in their JCM900’s because the sheer soundstage presence of their amps are the best they have ever heard

These are the best of the Russian valve offerings..We use our  SUPERMATCH process  to match  one of the the  12Ax7’s and the 6V6GT’s.  We supply a test certificate showing the matching test results. The hand matched 12AX7  should be placed in the phase splitter position next to the 6V6GT output valves.

Mae sure the bias is set on the output valves to ensure they have the best sound and do not overheat too. Overheating shortened their life. We enclose a leaflet with the kit with recommended bias settings.

We test your valves on our suite of AVO testers

We also offer a kit based on JJ Valves. Click here for info

Additional Information

Amp make

Marshall

Amp model

DSL15

Supermatch

No, Yes

Customer Reviews


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"Great item, fast delivery and sound amazing, made my DSL401 come to life." - R.M 28th June 2020

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"Quick shipping, well packed. Low-noise and tube works perfectly in poweramp of my Fryette GP/DI." M.R 4th July 2020

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