Hey y’all, first post here. I’m planning my next build and I’m thinking about doing a blackface super reverb. But I wanted to see how possible it would be to convert the normal channel into something more tweed-voiced. Obviously, there’s a lot of differences besides just the preamp from a blackface amp and a tweed amp, but I’d still like to see what’s possible. I’m open to adding another tube for the normal channel to accomplish this. It seems like I just need one more triode and I could make a bassman style preamp out of the normal channel (if using just one channel from the bassman that is). How would this sound running into the super reverb power amp? I’d like to keep a stock super reverb vibrato channel, so the compromises are going to have to come from the tweed side. The other options I’ve come across would be something simple like a tone stack lift for the normal channel to get a rawer sound, not sure how that would sound but maybe it’d get close to what I want. And I think I saw some mods on robrobinette's site to voice the normal channel as a lead channel. Though I’m not sure that's really what I'm after. So, any ideas? Or is this just a sign that I need to build two more amps instead of one?