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  • Do I need to change the tubes in...

    Probably getting this,...

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7...ase_pid/481393/

    I've never had a tube amp, or even played one before,. im not a gearhead at all, so i know absolutely nothing about them. i want to keep it simple...
    do i/should i change any of the tubes in this amp when i get it? if it will reduce buzz/smooth it down noticeably, i'd prob want to do it. if i do, what kind/what brand and where do i buy them. also, are they easy to install? sorry for so many questions, i just want to make sure i get it right

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    Re: Do I need to change the tubes in...

    that link does not take me to an amp.... but most likely you will not need to change the tubes right away unless you know you want a different sound from the amp.

    ~Kac
    ISO - Fender Highway One Stratocaster - black
    2004 Chevy Silveraro - 6.6 Liter Duramax Turbo Diesel
    Pickup Booster - Lava Box - Tweak Fuzz - Vapor Trail

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    • #3
      Re: Do I need to change the tubes in...

      i'm not surre why that link doesn't work, it's the correct one.

      anyways, it's the 40W 112 XXX combo

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      • #4
        Re: Do I need to change the tubes in...

        just use the tubes that are in it until its time to change them. unless the amp sounds really bad. then change them. they arent really all that expensive either.
        G&L Tribute S500
        Fender MIM Stratocaster
        VFE Fiery Red Horse, DS-1, Digitech Bad Monkey, VFE Blueprint, DD-3
        Line6 POD X3L(for recording)
        Yamaha G100 212 ii
        Precision Electronics S100
        Bugera 2x12

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          Re: Do I need to change the tubes in...

          I agree Milk, Kac and Bob. Sounds like a sweet choice of amps, too, bro.
          Squier Strat (JB Jr.)
          Peavey Valve King 1x12
          Avatar 4x12 (70/80s, V12s)
          Ibanez PF15CE Acoustic/Electric

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