OK, so the place I shop often has used gear... sometimes they have "junk". THIS JUST IN: Fender Twin (broken) They want less than $100. They tell me that it should cost about $600 to repair. But even then, something might blow and it would be irreparable. Now, I know JACK about fixing guitar amplifiers. But Im handy with a soldering iron, and Im patient. (I also repaired PCs and servers for a living for over 10 years). Having said that, I SHOULD include that I also know JACK about electric theory. (Which meant that to know that computer parts were damaged I went by OS, application, and or POST error messages.) Where Im going with this is... FENDER TWIN for under $100. I can tell you that with the volume at 4, it sounds fine. Around 5 it starts to get all staticky, then its like the volume of static gets shot up to 10. Also, 1 channel is out. The amp is not playable as is. I question its safety as is. BUT, in the home I normally use my Line6 Pod anyway. If it took me a year to repair this amp, thatd be OK with me to have such a low priced amp that I really like. The only one I like better is the Marshall JCM900. I should mention that in one of the lower pics you should be able to see that the leads connector for one of the speaker cones is broken off. That seems like (one of) the easy fixes that will be needed. Is there a resource online for Fender Twin schematics? troubleshooting? So... this goes out to anyone who has either repaired a Twin or built from scratch... Is this a great deal for someone whos handy? Or is this a money pit I should run, not walk away from?? (of course, pics included) I also want to note my current house amp is a Marshall AVT2000 (AKA AVT20) which isnt wholly terrible, but AINT no Fender Twin.