I am wondering if the culture around repairing vintage guitar amps is changing. Is it evolving based on what we have today? 60 year old amps. I hope the stigma is improving. I'd guess that 98% of vintage tweed amps today are players amps. They've been around the block for over half a century. They are not museum pieces. I service them and play them. If I ever find a 2%-er. A mint one, never touched, I'll document and photo it to death. Share it here. Then sell it. Someone will pay handily for it. I'll let someone else leave it on their shelf, unplayable. I can't stare at a vintage amp, wondering how it might sound when it was new. How it might sound today if I plugged my guitar into it? It took me a little while to come to this logical answer. As a player it's the only answer. A true collector and curator I am not.