(Feel free to skip to pics....hell I find the narrative boring and I wrote it ) My main amps for the past 5 years (been playing for 7) have been a Tweed Blues Jr, a Hotrod Deluxe and a 68 Super Reverb. I had always like the Super Reverb tonally, and had really taken a liking to it over the past year, playing it exclusively. But it's so loud for at home use...so my dad said I should look at a Vibrochamp, he had a 64 BF one when he learned to play back in the day. So, listed the Blues Jr up for sale since it just didn't sound like I wanted. No bites but just last weekend I found a Vibrochamp for sale an hour away. I texted the guy to ask if he'd be interested in working out a trade, and the rest is self explanatory. It had two mods when I got it. A switch to turn off the negative feedback loop, mounted in an extra factory hole in the back of the chassis. Not exactly sure what it does, but I've just been running it stock with the fb loop like God intended! The other mod was a Jensen MOD speaker, to replace the torn stock one. He also gave me the stock one. I put the stock but torn speaker back in and thought it sounded way better. More clear and crisp. Next up, the tubes were loose and would fall out if you looked at the amp wrong. Got the sockets tightened up. The tech also noticed a cap for the bass pot wasn't soldered, so he fixed that as well. So the only stuff that's not stock is the speaker and the switch, tubes and everything else are original. I ordered a Weber Signature 8s Ceramic speaker and installed it today...I love it! Has a lot of the qualities I liked about the stock one but tighter bass and more brightness. Very happy with it for the time being. No other mods planned, will repair it as needed. Thanks for reading!