anomoeoneis sphaerophora

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mawyatt
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Post by mawyatt »

Aww, the old 6L6 tubes, the heart of all the good Fender and Marshall guitar amps!!

Nice image!!

Fond memories :D

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Post by harisA »

Smokedaddy wrote:
grgh wrote:Both nice shots,but,
first shot electrifying, reminded me of old valves from radio days.
I can relate to that. 8)

Image

-JW:
Blue glow on 6l6 tubes is a sign of poor vaccum or/and voltage near maximum ratings.

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Post by grgh »

Come back to these shots a few times now,
For me the first shot is the most intriguing just something about it.

more detail in the dic, yes.
First shot Ill stick with that one.
used to do astronomy.
and photography.
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Post by Smokedaddy »

Blue glow on 6l6 tubes is a sign of poor vaccum or/and voltage near maximum ratings.
... yep, that pic was also before the monoblocks were completely rebuilt and those were the tubes that came with it.

-JW:

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Post by JH »

Lovely pictures!

Best regards
Jörgen Hellberg
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