Hi All After spending a lot of time on this forum looking at amp builds over the past 6-9 months, and being half way through a tweed cabinet build I've been slowly chipping away at all year, I took the plunge and bought a kit from Mojo Tone. This came about when I found my old Fender Frontman 15G which I had as a first amp when I bought my very first guitar probably 16 years ago, a lowly Squier Strat. Last year I completely reworked my Strat, fully stripped it, repainted Seafoam Nitrocellulose, Handwound Vintage spec pickups, CTS pots, Orange drop cap, bone nut, sanded and oiled neck, Kluson vintage tuners. It's turned out incredibly well and is again one of my go to guitars now. When I found the amp in my basement I thought, surely I could do the same to the amp and turn it into an awesome little tube amp. Making what this combo pack should have been in the first place. I began looking to see if anyone had ever done this, and I found a few threads with people doing the same, which tells me I'm not barking up the wrong tree. But I didn;t really find a full in depth one in the way I am thinking so I thought I would start a thread. Also for the inevitable help I will need from all the great folks on here when it's not working and I cant figure out why. Any way, I love the champ circuit for it's simplicity and sound however I wanted to keep the blackface aesthetic and so I decided on the Princeton Circuit to add a tone pot and an extra knob to the front. I read up on a modification many have done to remove the tone pot from the circuit and essentially convert back to a 5F1. However I am planning to do this with a separate pot altoghter hidden as a Voice pot simply on and off. Currently I have received the kit and began disassembling the Frontman to begin mocking up the chassis. As I work in design I have spent most of my time thus far designing the front and backplates when not working on my other projects. (I have told my self I will not properly start this until my tweed cabinet is finished due to me having far too many proejcts on going) Here's a few pictures this far I couldn't resist changing the front logo for the proper Princeton style one.