Hi guys, I’m doing some preliminary research into building a low-wattage plexi with 6v6s. most of the 6v6 plexi builds I’ve seen are based around the JTM45 circuit, but I’d like to see whether it’s possible to emulate the crunch of a 1959 superlead with a solid state rectifier, dual lower wattage 6v6 power tubes, and a single 12” greenback speaker. I’m hoping to get about 20 watts out of it to keep the greenback sound. Does an OT exist that will get me the impedance I need to run a single speaker with that circuit? I’d like to use an 18 watt cabinet and maybe a bluesbreaker chassis, but I don’t think those are compatible. I’d also like to keep the two channel circuit with jumpering capabilities, so an 18 watt chassis is out. could i use one of the hotter 5e3 PTs? I figure that would get me right around 400v on the plates with a ss rectifier- I was thinking about just using one of the copper caps as a rectifier, but I’m not sure if that will tighten the feel enough. has anyone tried this before, and did you have to build a custom chassis? Is such a build even possible given the solid state rectifier and OT requirements, or should I stick with a JTM 45 circuit? I’m mostly just looking for someone to say that either this is possible or I’m just an idiot (which is much more likely). thanks for any help you can provide!