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Old 29th December 2012, 10:01 PM   #1
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Anyone have any use for some very old GE tubes sitting for over 40 years. They are two 6BG6/G and one 6BG6/GA. They were replacement tubes for an old McIntosh amp I no longer have.
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Why don't you try selling them on the bay?
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Do you have any idea what they would be worth? Just any kind of range.

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a quick search on ebay shud give u an estimate on the prices.
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Thanks everyone for your answers. Since I will never use them they are worth whatever someone else wants to pay. I just didn't know if they were something that those who are into vacuum tubes would find attractive since they are such old NOS tubes. I have no tester available, can't just go to the local store and plug them into a tester like the old days.
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