Started this way back in March of '08 and have been picking away at it piece by piece since then. Finally had the cab finished and I tolexed it late Sunday night (still have a bit of the headache from the contact cement fumes). And some gut shots: What is this...two long amp projects finished in the same month or so? Scary! Anyway, this is based on a BF Vibroverb AB763 but I've built in the '63 Brown VV bias-vary tremolo instead of the standard opto-isolator tremolo. I have the Weber Cali 15" ceramic for the speaker, a set of Allen/Heyboer iron, JJ preamp tubes and GZ34 rectifier with a pair of Winged C 6L6GCs. The blonde tolex was supplied by Gris...thank you, sir! Also, I've wired the ground switch as an OT impedance selector (8 or 4 ohm). The iron is setup to allow me to run it at 35W w/6L6s and 5AR4 on the 8ohm tap or 22W w/6V6s and 5U4G on the 4ohm. I haven't driven the amp yet and am still getting to know it sound-wise, but so far, the clean is amazing. I like it much more than the BF Twin or BF Deluxe. Has more mids to it compared to the two (but not like the Tweeds) which I attribute to the 15" in there. I'm a fan of stronger mids overall, probably due to my jazz/fusion background. All that's left are the back panels (ready to go but need the tolex) a more repro reverb cable that's a bit longer, and some cable clips to secure the power and reverb cable.