Looking for great sounding valves for Vox NT50H-G1 amplifier? You’ve come to the right place.
The Vox Night Train NT50H-G1 amplifier uses 3 x ECC83 preamp valves (also known as 12AX7), 1 x Balanced ECC83 for the phase inverter in position V4 and 2 x EL34 Matchedpower valves/power tubes.
We always recommend JJ valves for the Vox NT50H-G1 amplifier. They give you absolutely amazing tone and are a significant upgrade compared with the stock valves supplied with this amp.
You can order these singly or the power valves as matched pairs. However, we strongly advise you to replace all your valves at the same time. It’s a small price to pay to get your amp sounding as good as the day it left the factory.
So bring back the power and sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself to a new set of valves today and hear the difference.
If you have any questions about replacing the tubes/valves for Vox Night Train NT50H-G1 please drop us an email and one of us will get straight back to you.
Do have a look at our FAQ Section as well. We may have already answered your question there.
About the Vox NT50H-G1.
The Vox NT50H-G1 is a 50 watt, all-valve, two-channel head. It is powered by 4 x ECC83s and 2 x EL34s. Designed to be as portable as it is powerful, the Vox NT50H-G1 can you take you from clean to mean.
If that’s not enough, it still weighs under 30 lbs. The amp features a three-band EQ for each channel, giving you all the control needed to create a unique tone.
Meanwhile, modern features like the Bright switch allow you to get that traditional Vox “chime”. In addition, the Thick switch, bypasses the EQ to offer more gain, giving you a modern distortion.
The Vox NT50H-G1 is a versatile workhorse. It can be used in most scenarios – home practice, studio recording, band rehearsals. But when it comes to gigging, this amp is loud enough for all sized venue.
Finally, it’s worth mentioning that the effects loop uses true bypass. So whether you like effects pedals or not, this amp has you covered.