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From iguan–(at)–wis2.circ.gwu.edu Thu Aug 24 15:02:03 CDT 1995
Article: 3086 of alt.guitar.amps
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From: iguan–(at)–wis2.circ.gwu.edu (Dario Capriotti)
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.amps
Subject: Re: Gibson Les Paul
Date: 24 Aug 1995 00:28:51 -0400
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References: <41fjg2$b2--(at)--arp.cris.com>

In article <41fjg2$b2--(at)--arp.cris.com>, wrote:
>I need a spare set uf tubes for My Gibson Les Paul amp. I’ve tenatively dated it to 1954, but thats a best guess based on the Jenson speaker (looks original) in the thing. At any rate, if I could just locast a list of teh tubes, that would help. Most of
teh tubes are so old and black, no markings are visible.

Sounds like a GA-40 or GA-40T. See below for the order of the tubes:

5Y3GT Transformer 6V6 6V6 12AX7 6SQ7 5879 5879
| | | | | | |
rectifier output phase | preamp
inverter |
Tremelo Oscillator on GA-40T
(metal can)

Most of these tubes should be available from Antique Electronics. I’ve
had my GA-40T for about 20 years. Nice amp, really howls!



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