With such a high interest in the 6G2 Princeton and all the help I have recieved from the site I thought it was time to try and pay it forward. While recovering from shoulder surgey I figured it was a great time to learn DIYLC. I appreciatively borrowed a 5E3 layout from Rob's site as a starting point and downloaded additional building blocks and componet variants from Doug Hoffman's site. Lots of fun (and frustration) putting this together (especially left handed being a righty)! I based the design off the Fender 6G2 schematic and layout using Classictone 40-18027 Power and 40-18045 output transformers. The only mods from the original are the individual filter caps, rectifier diodes, 6V6 grid stopper and screen resistors, 1/4 tremolo pedal jack and Hoffman modified Princeton bias circuit. I included an optional impedance selector switch to take advantage of the OT 4 ohm tap. Please feel free to critique, expose errors and flaws, etc. I will clean up and be more than happy to provide .diy file.