With a massive plate dissipation of 70 watts, the Tung-Sol KT150 is the most powerful octal beam tetrode ever produced.
A pair of KT150s can allow an amplifier with a power output approaching 300 watts to be built.
The Tung-Sol KT150 glass envelope is a special egg shaped balloon that was developed to improve thermal dissipation and maintain a superior vacuum for the best sound. The fact that the glass envelope has no flat sides means the Tung-Sol KT150 has no problems with microphonics.
Due to many requests by fans of our Tung-Sol line of tubes, the Tung-Sol EL84/6BQ5 has been reissued. The Tung-Sol EL84/6BQ5 was a popular OEM tube for American-made EL84/6BQ5 guitar amplifiers, such as those built by Gibson and Harmony. Due to its rugged construction and conservative ratings, it is the most reliable current production EL84 type available for use in Vox AC-30 type amplifiers. In addition, its linearity and tone characteristic make it the ideal replacement for EL84 hi-fi amplifiers, such as those built by Fisher, Scott, and Harmon-Kardon.
The Tung-Sol 12AX7/ECC83 is the gold standard of preamp tubes favored by guitar tone junkies, and one of the most important links in your tonal chain.
Tung-Sol 6V6GTs are the holy grail for players who crave the sound of a Fender Princeton, Deluxe or Champ, or those who revere the tone of the earliest Ampeg Jet and Rocket.
Stepping up in power, Tung-Sol 6L6GC STRs are clones of the legendary Philips 6L6GC STR, and deliver the ultimate in musical tone and smooth overdrive And Tung-Sol's EL34B will get you the grooves of those great Marshall amps of the '60s.
Enter the KT120, the most powerful tube in the 6550/KT88/KT90 family. As a drop-in to existing 6550/KT88 amps, the KT120 is impervious to overload, delivering peak power with extreme reliability and almost infinite tube life.
If you care about tone, re-tube with Tung-Sol.