Hey all! So... I'm seriously thinking about getting an early 50's Fender amp since I don't own a true vintage amp and I'm really wanting to get one as original as I can find, assuming I can afford it some day. I've looked at several online to get some sort of idea of what to expect in terms of cost vs. condition, and nearly all of them have fraid and "rough" original tweed, corners are bare wood, etc. etc. though largly intact in many cases. I'm curious to know if the fraying and roughness that I see on a lot of them can be repaired so it doesn't get any worse and/or... should new tweed be graphed to the worn or missing areas to aid in strenghening of the original tweed that's left? Or... should it not be touched at all? Not sure what's exceptable community practice for its preservation and/or value diminishment and curious what ya'll think. Thanks in advance for your thoughts and advice!