Hello All, A year or two ago, I came into a used Louis Electric Tremblelux. I think it is an early model. The 5w single ended / 21 Watt switch has been removed and replaced with a plug, and it has a ground lift switch. It has a G12H 30W in it. It has Tung-sol 6V6's and a tung sol rectifier tube. I like the amp for certain things, but it can sound a little harsh with my strat (59 AVRI) from time to time. It is a little strident...maybe "percussive" is the word. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to play a late 50's 5G9 tweed tremolux, which the Tremblelux was supposedly based on. It sounded amazing. I think it had a Jensen in it. It was smoother, more mellow sounding. It was definitely not as loud. Not as "in your face". The tremolo seemed more organic. It's hard to describe. Reading more about the tremblelux, it's not clear what the actual circuit differences are. I've seen it written that he "changed the output section" (whatever that means). So what I'm wondering is: 1) Does anyone have an idea what the actual circuit differences are, and if so... 2) Would it be feasible to get my tech to tweak the circuit back to original tremolux spec? I think this would be more cost effective than buying a $4k antique that I would be afraid to take out. 3) Would a speaker change tame some of the "harshness" I'm talking about. Wondering if I should get a weber version of a P12r or something to be more like the original Tremolux. Something less efficient than the G12H30. Thanks!