Hey, all. Autumnal day here in southwest Virginny. Time to find my socks, and the acoustics sound crisp. I've got a beater Princeton Chorus with meh Tolex that I'd like to strip down to the bare wood and stain. Lazily so, leaving the chassis and speakers in there if I can while doing so. Stained pine cabs are just much more appealing to me. So what are the suggested steps and tools here? I assume that there are yuck-swirls of glue under the Tolex. Any advice/product suggestions about dissolving/scraping it off? I don't mind a scuffy result, as I can always just sand and stain, and the beaten-up look fits that old amp. Just tired of looking at plastic when I could be admiring nature's own stuff. (By the way, as solid states go, if you use it for dry cleans stereo'd with something tubey and lush, it works pretty well. It also handles a bass surprisingly well.) Thanks!