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Nope. Mexican Peso.
I decided to dip my feet a bit into the pool again and ordered two singles 1955 cossor branded Blackburn ECC82 and a 1956 one. I don't know if their sound will match but I'm hoping. Lost the auction on those 8x 7316s from the US ( i had to pull down my potential bid by 20% to account for customs ). So I guess I'll at least get to experience the Mullards as the 7316 Long plates seem non-existent on ebay atm
Edit: Is it time to sell the Heerlen Pinched Waists lol? They are going for 300$ a tube now on ebay...
Snob, I only have 2 pair of the 1957 Mullards. 55 and 56? You 1 upped me there.
Dang. I thought I Had the oldest pair with '56 Mullard labels. I've only seen the Cossor's with the goalpost getter, nice find!
Look another snob touting the 1956.
Found this proper tube tester for sale cheap. Might need a little TLC.
Picture don't do it justice.
Ripper2860, did you ever find a mate for your single WE 2C51?
No -- not yet.
Listening to the 7316 Long plates now after a few week break from them. Better than I remembered. These are truly an exceptional tube, they might get bumped up a few places on my list.
I bet you had to say that just as I am unable to get any??? That is just not cricket, good sire.
I have one on the way, and should have it tomorrow. I can't wait to hear what the 7316 long plate is all about! They can be found.
I also found a tube, that dethroned my Mullard 57' Blackburn, but I need to find a few backups, before I let the cat out of the bag.
For some reason they seem to be prevalent in the US.
Never did a AB test with the long and short plate D getters, but the short plates D getters are absolutely fantastic as well.
More fantastic than the ECC82 Blackburn <=1956?