A few years back I had the opportunity to purchase a 1968 Deluxe Reverb amplifier in what would be considered rough shape...hole in the grill, replacement speaker and not working. The amp was unique to me in that while it was a silver face amp it had the original "black face" circuit. I have finally decided to restore it and have finished the power supply reconstruct....and this is the point that I need to reach out to the forum members.....the amp has etched in the back of the chassis "King Biscuit". When I say etched it appears that the letters were applied with a small artist type pain brush common to hobby shops and the substance used was some type of acid. I purchased the amplifier in Orlando. My interest is whether anyone if the forum might have some knowledge about the King Biscuit Flour Hour studio and whether they maintain amplifiers in their studio, possibly this one? I am torn between restoring the amplifier with completely new high end components or whether it should be just brought back to life with a minimal number of replacement parts. Any information that could shed light on this amplifier and its possible past would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.