Mullard EL84 / 6BQ5 New Production Power Vacuum Tube
The new production Mullard EL84 / 6BQ5 is another "re-born" classic from New Sensor. With lush mids and punchy bass, these guys are sure to please even the most demanding boutique EL84 amp owner.
NOTE: Due to the larger diameter of the glass envelope, this EL84 will NOT fit in the following amplifiers:
- BadCat Model 2R
- Bad Cat Amplifier Model Black Cat
- Marshall DSL201
- Marshall DSL401
- VOX reissue AC15
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I bought these to replace some Electro Harmonix tubes in my Peavey Classic 30. Many say to use JJ's and I was considering them. I have them in my Classic 50 head. I'm glad I went with the Mullards.
Clean, and softer in the tone than the JJ's. At a low volume, the overdrive is not as buzzy/fuzz like.
I suggest those with the same amp, try these in it.
reviewed by: Dan
Solid, affordable EL84 tubes. Can't go wrong!
reviewed by: Jay
I replaced the original chinese tubes with the mullard EL84's and some tungsol 12ax7's that I had and wow! This cheap amp now sounds as good as my Mesa!
reviewed by: Ed Strine
Didn't white enjoou these Valves. My amp did not work really well with them. Had bought 4 matched units and after 4 months a pair Ended up as 2 snow globes. Guess i had bad luck.
reviewed by: Bruno Borges de Souza
I purchased this tube to replace JJ valves for my Hi-Fi tube amplifier. The sound seems complete - soft, smooth like female voice, and well-balanced.
It gives better mid/bass volume than the JJ. I think it also produces more vintage like sound than other modern EL84s.
One of must-have tubes.
reviewed by: Juin
I make and sell valve amps, mostly based around EL84 designs. I have shipped with JJ branded valves since I first began production but I was curious about the new Mullards, so I thought I should check them out. In my single-ended amps the Mullards have a thick mid-heavy tone and a soft early power breakup that is a welcome change from the very up-front JJ EL84 - well worth a try, especially for the blues players. The tradeoff for the added smoothness is a lower perceived volume.
reviewed by: Cloud