JJ Electronics Vacuum Tube – (12AT7 / ECC81) T-12AT7-JJ

19.99USD

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(3 customer reviews)

The JJ Electronic 12AT7 / ECC81 is a good choice for phase inverters, reverb drivers, and general preamp use,

This tube offers low noise, low microphonics, and warm smooth tones at a great price.

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  • The JJ Electronic 12AT7 / ECC81 is a good choice for phase inverters, reverb drivers, and general preamp use.
  • This tube offers low noise, low microphonics, and warm smooth tones at a great price.
  • Like all JJ tubes, it has a rugged construction that doesn’t compromise the sound of your amp.
  • The JJ 12AT7 is a solid replacement for any 12AT7, ECC81, or 6201 tubes. It can also be used to replace 12AX7 tubes in position 1 to reduce the gain.
  • 9 pin miniature preamp tube (amplification factor = 60),
  • Less gain than a 12AX7
  • Preferred by blues and jazz guitarists alike

 

Additional information

Weight 2 oz

3 reviews for JJ Electronics Vacuum Tube – (12AT7 / ECC81) T-12AT7-JJ

  1. M. Rench

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2020

    Use this JJ / Tesla 12AT7 to tame the beast that is a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe / DeVille

    If you have a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe / DeVille amp and are looking to tame the beast, rather get a more acceptable practice amp for home use, try replacing the V1 preamp tube with one 12AT7. I tried this JJ / Tesla 12AT7 in place of the first 12AX7 preamp tube to lower the gain slightly at the first amp stage. It makes a considerable difference and keeps the clean and master volume from being too touch-sensitive and being WAY too loud when slightly above 1 on the gain level. It’s a cheap alternative to a hot-plate attenuator and doesn’t require re-wiring the internal guts of your amp. Simply swap out the first 12AX7 tube for a 12AT7. This JJ / Tesla tube (as well as their entire kit) is extremely clean sounding with no microphonics or tube rattle. Works well for me on my 1999 / 2000 early Made in USA Fender Hot Rod Deluxe amp. Love it.

  2. Aldous Willingham III

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2017

    Tubular!

    This went into the power tube section of my Fender Greta baby amp, paired with a Tung-Sol 12AX7 in the preamp, and the difference is unbelievable. I’ve always heard folks talking about replacing tubes, but I never thought it was worth it. Turns out it’s incredibly easy, and the difference in terms of clarity, clean headroom, the musicality of the breakup and overall tone is jaw-dropping.

  3. Brady Jordan

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2018

    It tamed my Hot Rod Amplifier!

    I purchased this preamp tube to tame my amplifier. My Fender Hotrod Deluxe is manufactured for performance at the venue, but not for practice in the home. I switched the tube out with this little gem and now I can tone it down for playing inside my home for practice. The change out does limit volume adjustment beyond 4 or 5, so changing back to the original tube is necessary for performance in larger venues. The tube also dampens the amp’s built-in effects. But it has virtually no impact on pedal effects.

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