Hey All, I'm thinking of building a tweed Harvard style amp, but my problem is the eternal one with Harvards: nobody seems to make a chassis nor a kit. I don't want to get a tweed Princeton chassis and start punching holes in it so I had this idea to build a 5E3 with a few changes: Change the first coupling caps to 0.02 uf Omit the bypass cap from V2 Add in a 56k negative feedback resistor Build it as a 1x10 This way, it'll be a two-channel Harvard that's cathode-biased. It won't be a Harvard. Rather, it'll be a Harvard-voiced 5E3. You think this is worth pursuing? I feel like it'll sound great.