Hello all, now that I have been reading and learning for a while I think it is time to get my hands dirty. In March '18 I found a 1960 Gibsonette on CL and fell in love with its thick, single ended antics. After servicing it and seeing how simple it was inside, the wheels started turning. So here is my plan for a modernized Gibsonette circuit. 1) Reign in the bass a touch and shore up what is left. 2) Allow for external speakers. 3) Switched NFB with a low pass setting for hairy highs and clean lows. (No idea if this will work or sound good!) I'd like to try out some other mods when finished, both proven and ill-advised, so this will be a mule of sorts, in a Princeton Reverb chassis with plenty of room and extra holes. This project's goal is to get a feel for the process and theory rather than turn out a polished amp on the first try. So there you have it, no finished tag board, no beautiful cabinet, only a schematic drawn by a noob who knows just enough to be dangerous. All tips, critiques, and comments are welcome!