Hey all, I'm getting the itch to build again. This time it's going to be a tweed Bassman in a 2x12 cabinet, paired with Jupiter speakers. There's a part of me that thinks it'll be a cooler amp if I use smaller transformers and design it around a pair of fixed-bias 6V6 resistors. I could probably make some clean looking adapters from a thin plate of aluminum to fit the smaller transformers into a standard Bassman chassis. These transformers might work: Hammond 290BX power transformer. Hammond 1750EP output transformer Hammond 194A choke I could probably borrow the power amp circuit from the 5F10 and wire everything up on one eyelet board, with no cap doghouse. I feel like 6V6 output tubes would have more chime, jangle and nuts than 6L6s at any reasonable volume, but still be plenty loud to play at band volumes. Just wanted to know your thoughts and opinions of this idea.