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This is a great kit to replaced all 6 of the tube shields in many Fender amps with 6 preamp tubes. Use two (or three) of these rings around a pre-amp tube to reduce noise and microphonics. 1.31" diameter, 0.89" tall (not including pins and center post). Because there is no warm up of a rectifier tube when using this solid state device, it is absolutely necessary that a standby switch is used in conjunction with this device.
By cleaning the remainder of the broken keyway from the tube base and properly installing this keyway replacement (a little dab of silicone sealant works great to hold it in place), your tube can safely be reinstalled into your equipment. Note: when using an adhesive to secure the keyway to the tube base, DO NOT use a water-based glue. Ruby Gold capacitors are used by many original amplifier manufactures in the Europe and the U. Ideal as replacement in vintage audio and guitar amplifiers.
Will withstand high temperatures of pre-amp tubes, reusable when you change tubes. Contains two 8-pin sockets, two "bear trap" retainers, four mounting screws, two 470 ohm screen grid resistors (Metal-Film Flameproof for safety), and two carbon composition 1500 ohm control grid resistors. 1.19" in diameter, 0.86" tall (not including pins and center post). One year warranty, triple-diode construction for reliability and long service. Do not install in an amplifier that does not have a standby switch - always use the standby switch in amps so equipped when using the 5RTR. 90 capacitors total, each individually bagged by type and value.
An economical alternative to more expensive tube dampers. Fender Vintage Amp (60s Blackface and 70s Silverface) Power Tube Socket replacement kit. ) from the original blackface and silverface eras which have two power tubes (6L6 or 6V6). Because there is no warm up of a rectifier tube when using this solid state device, it is absolutely necessary that a standby switch is used in conjunction with this device. Do not install in an amplifier that does not have a standby switch - always use the standby switch in amps so equipped when using the 5SSR. Contains 5 each of the following values in 630V Axial Metal Film (similar to Mallory 150 style): .001u F, .0022u F, .0047u F, .01u F, .022u F, .047u F, .1u F, .22u F, .47u F and 5 each of the following values in 630V polypropylene radial (similar to orange drop style): .001u F, .0022u F, .0047u F, .01u F, .022u F, .047u F, .1u F, .22u F, .47u F.
This all sounds fine but the problem is our brains do not perceive sound in a linear fashion.
The version III is just the latest/newest version of the regular amp, and has some minor circuit revisions and a Celestion "G12P80" speaker, instead of the Eminence "Gold Label" speaker, and a black control panel, but essentially the same amp as previous versions.
The "Special" or "Limited" editions are the same horse, different color and speaker, and have so far not been version III (black panel).
Dating Fender Tube Amps by Serial Number, Part I by Greg Gagliano Copyright 1997, 20th Century Guitar Magazine. Well, we'll get to good parts, but first a little background information is in order.
After reading Teagle and Sprung's excellent Fender amp book, I took them up on their challenge that maybe someday someone will compile enough serial numbers so that Fender amps can be dated that way. I contacted several Fenders collectors and dealers who were kind enough to supply me with data.
Greg and Devin's experience meshed well with mine since I'm essentially the blackface/silverface amp guy (amps made between 19) in the group.