Shuguang 807

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SKU: SH-807

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USD $‎19.95
Each
Chinese made 807 replacement. If you are an amp builder, note that this tube requires a five pin socket. The price is for a single tube.



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Warranty Information and Return Policy

Warranty Period: 3 months



All our tubes are guaranteed for 3 months from the date of purchase. (Any exceptions will be noted on that tube's Warranty tab)



If you receive a tube that does not perform to the manufacturer's specifications, please do the following:



- contact us to get a return authorization

- return it via regular mail within 90 days from when we shipped it, and we will provide an exchange or refund of the full purchase price of the tube.



Returns not related to warranty or defect will be considered at our discretion, and are subject to a 15% restocking fee.



We can not accept returns that don't have an authorization, are past 3 month, or are returned improperly.



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AF rating ONLY! This is standard equipment in my MTCA, Big G & Lil W amps

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The Shugaung 807 is standard equipment in my base level 25-1-15 guitar amp. A pair gets mated up to a 15" speaker running as 25 watts. The amp has been slightly revoiced to give that classic Merle Travis & vintage Chet Atkins tone of the 1950s. The WM is a cleaner amp, and the "Lil W" is an 18 watt harp amp, with a dirt pushing pentode & triode first gain stages that blend to get a good blend. The latest is the "Big G" with 33 watts of power and the same gain stage blending. The premium 25-1-15 & "Lil W" use Genalex KT8s, JBLs & NOS valves all around. They also costs $2400-$2700 more. These give a warm clean tone that is not quite like a 6L6. Individual notes stay quite clean and defined. Chords will slightly cloud up a bit, just like the real Standard Electric amps would. The harp amps are just a raunchy. I have not tried these in RF applications yet. Eventually I may get around to it. So far, I have not tried ramming high plate voltages & currents through these either. We do run some moderately high current, but nothing crazy. They are not quite as throaty, and warm as the NOS 807s. We have adjusted the circuit to compensate for that, and they work quite well.