Groove Tubes Cryo / 6L6GC R-GROOVE TUBES SUPER PREMIUM CRYO

6L6GC R-GROOVE TUBES SUPER PREMIUM CRYO 6L6GC R-GROOVE TUBES SUPER PREMIUM CRYO Click on image(s) above to view larger
£42.00

BACK
All prices contained on this page are exclusive of VAT. This is currently charged at 20% and is payable by the UK only.

Fantastic Fender upgrade for HR Deluxe and Deville and also the Blues Deluxe & Deville series.

last pair

The GT 6L6GC R is the Groove Tube valve that is used as standard by Fender in its most popular amplifiers such as the Hot Rod series such as the HR Deluxe and Deville and also the Blues Deluxe & Deville series. The valve is very resistant to microphonics and has long term reliability.

The Cryo version offers a number of sonic improvements over the non-treated item
The cryo treatment enhances the sound and gives a far smoother treble with less hardness. The valve also has far more top end smoothness and detail which really makes Fenders sparkle when you compare this to the non cryo version.

The bass response is also is transformed from being lost in a muddy mix on the non cryo version to a tight clear deep sound with plenty of low note clarity.
The biggest impact on the GT 6L6GC R is on how the valve distorts, The Cryo version has more bite, more clarity under saturation and is fatter when overdriven. This prevents your sound going into a

Groove Tubes Super Premium valves are specially burst tested by us. We take selected GT items and in addition to GTs in house testing and distortion rating on output valves they also undergo our own unique real world burst testing. The burst testing process involves a series of varying timed electrical signal bursts. This runs the valves under the same stress conditions that they will meet in your amplifier. All out put valves are then dual matched by us on current and gain. This will ensure that you get the best selected GT valves available anywhere in the world.

Last pair only in stock

Comments



NEWSLETTER SIGN UP

FOLLOW US
Facebook Twitter Follow us on Instagram