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Does fitting Mullard or other old valves make it more or less reliable would they make the amplifier sound better?

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Does fitting Mullard or other old valves make it more or less reliable would they make the amplifier sound better?

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When replacing valves we recommend good quality, only use old valves such as Mullard if you if you know and trust their history, if so they should be no less reliable then a new valve. The tone or quality will vary from valve to valve there is no guarantee when using old valves that they will sound any better then a new valve it is down to individual taste. All valve replacement must be carried out by a qualified engineer.

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