I have a Fender Princeton 65 solid state. I'm mostly an effects guy (including dirt), so it's been a great cheap pedal platform for me. I do play clean a decent amount and, in those cases, have found the amp a little too crisp and bright even with the treble dialed back to 2-3. I've read online that this amp benefits greatly from a speaker upgrade. I had a couple of questions related to that: - Do I need to de-solder the wires from the speaker to replace, or do Fender amps of this vintage typically use the solderless clip connections? It's a little hard for me to tell from just looking at it. - I haven't done this before and have seen some references to stored electrical charges. If I try to do this myself, what are the chances I will die? - Any suggestions for a good 12", 8-ohm replacement around $100 or so? For cleans, I'd mainly be looking in the R.E.M./Byrds/Beatles realm. I play Teles, Ricks, and Danelectros. Thanks!