This is the first 6G2 that I've had on my bench. Speaker is a Weber Sig10A-S. Output tubes were biased really cold, less than 50%. The GEs that that were in there went into boxes, and I popped in a set of new Tung Sols, which also clocked in under 50%. I guess someone thought they needed exactly 25uF. Just one of these 100uF 50VDC caps would have been fine. I clipped in a few different resistors in parallel, testing until I got the tubes biased up to 60%. Plate voltage was 385VDC by the way. Someone had already replaced the cathode caps. These are older looking TE1207s. 13th week of '62. The Astron can sections surprisingly tested good for ESR and capacitance (all were 22-28uF and < 1.18 ohm). I still went ahead and replaced it with a new CE can. New power cord and updated mains wiring. This thing sounds phenomenal, especially with a Strat.