I have an old dead Peavey combo amp that someone dropped off. The output circuit board is toast. He wants to use the cabinet and chassis to build an amp. The circuit he wants to use has not been determined yet, but he would like to use a 6SL7 preamp tube.

He wants to use 2 – 6L6GC, 1 – 6SL7 and a tube rectifier.

There are 4 octal sockets in a row that are 2 1/8” apart which would be replaced with Belton sockets.

Question is, would having the 6SL7 in line with the rectifier and power tubes at that 2 1/8" spacing be a problem?

He wants to use 2 – 6L6GC, 1 – 6SL7 and a tube rectifier.

There are 4 octal sockets in a row that are 2 1/8” apart which would be replaced with Belton sockets.

Question is, would having the 6SL7 in line with the rectifier and power tubes at that 2 1/8" spacing be a problem?

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