Ok Boys, I just obtained this 1941 (best guess) Sparton 1081 console radio. After opening it up I've decided that it's going to be the host for a guitar amp. I've included the pdf with the schematic. The layout is for 10 tubes not the 12 tube version. It has one 5Y3 rectifier. It is supposed to have 6F6G power tubes, but one was a coke bottle 6L6. Hey, I don't know. The owner said that it has sat in their entrance way for 30 years. I did not attempt to power it up. Obviously the first thing is to test the power transformer. If that is good (or even not), I'm looking for suggestions on what to end up with. My current thinking is to eliminate the entire radio section and just go with a 6F6G or 6V6 powered amp in the vein of a tweed or brownface amp. It has a fieldcoil 12 in speaker. I will probably upgrade that and go with a different output transformer and speaker, but I'm looking for ideas. I'm not looking for a how to but more of which way should I go?