I planned to do a quick build earlier this year to 'warm up' for a more complicated job sitting on my bench. This is the supposedly quick build. It's kind of based on a tweed Champ, and it looks like this: The cab is from Mojo, and it's a tweed Princeton with some mods. Here's one of the mods right here: The cut away for the controls is sized for a Champ. The concept with this amp was to build an amp based on a Champ, but corrected and modified. 'Corrected?!' I hear you cry. Yes, corrected. The fixes include: * using a planned earth system instead of having it earth all over the place; * modifying the layout to accommodate the earth plan; * using a grid stopper on the output valve and the second gain stage in the preamp; * using a screen stopper on the output valve; and * using sensible filter capacitors rather than the 16 uF and 8 uF caps specified in the ancient schematic. And of course the power supply is wired up to comply with modern safety standards (i.e., no death cap, three prong lead, dedicated safety earth, fuse on active rather than neutral, etc). The mods, however, are a different story.