Anyone try one in their EZG - or would there be any issues concerns with popping in one of the solid state tube replacements on the market?
I just picked one up for my Allen Sweet Spot which is also a GZ34/5AR4 so - since I have it around, thought I might try it but - the only thing I've read online is that Dr. Z used the GZ34 to keep the wattage down. Seems like the speakers could handle the increased power - not sure if there are other components to be concerned about.
It will probably bump up your voltages a bit. I've never done that, especially with a loud clean amp as a platform anyway. I always want a less strident sound for amps like my super reverb / bassmans etc... so I'm usually going the other way.
If you're gonna do this, I'd measure the plate voltages and current dissipation....and rebias before playing it for extended periods with the SS rect. I wish someone with more experience with the EZG rectifiers would chime in..... You might contact Myles or one of Doc's techs first....