I have a first-run Pro Junior that has been modded beautifully over the years and is a phenomenal amp. It has virtually nothing in common with a tweed, and I don't use it for anything tweedy at all. In fact, the oddball tone setup on the PJ, which is intended to create a sort of early breakup, is one of the very worst features of the amp. (Therer are easy mods to get rid of the ill effects.) As others point out, there are a zillion tweed clones out there, including the Custom Champ reissue by Fender, which gets much praise and is not too $$$. But a PJ or BJ m-- nah. I love my modded PJ. For tweed, I use my Champ.