I want to see your 50’s-era tweed amps and clones or home builds of the same. Early period octals or later-period classics. No tweed-covered 90’s pcb stuff. I want to see (and if possible hear) the REAL DEAL! Feel free to post amp specs, history/story or details about your builder. I'll start. This is the one I currently own. It's a custom clone build based on a 5F1 Champ. It has a 12" ceramic speaker, a solid pine cabinet, headroom switch (offers more clean headroom...or the stock circuit) and a bright cap switch for muddy guitars and buckers and stuff. Lacquer finished tweed too. Made by the now-defunct Modern Sound Amps out of Charlotte, NC. Best amp I've ever owned...hands down. He didn't have a name for his Champ model at the time, so I named it the Li'l Punk. It can be very sweet or very least depending on how you open it up.