I'm getting ready to sell my Princeton Reverb, and am feeling guilty about it. I had the 65RI, and loved it, but ultimately decided I didn't care for the scooped blackface sound. So I got the Custom 68. It is a very lovely sounding amp, but just too dark. I have been running it with the bass on 1 and treble on 9, and the bridge pickup sounds great. But the neck pickup is almost unusable, just too muddy. I tried different speakers, which raised the headroom and tightened things up, but still I am fighting it. Recently pickup up a Bassbreaker 15 for a very good price, and I am really liking it. It does not sound like a Princeton Reverb of course. But it sounds good in its own way, and is effortless to dial in. Some people say the Bassbreaker is dark, but I don't get that at all. The EQ knobs all have a very wide sweep, plus it has a bright switch. So it seems like someone could dial it in any way they want. Where I'm at now is to sell the PR68 and keep the BB, as my small-venue amp (I have other bigger amps). I will come out a couple hundred $$ ahead, and have something that sounds good and is more versatile by far. But still I feel like dumping a Princeton Reverb is a sacrilege. It does sound beautiful. Is it really possible I can prefer the BB?