Hi, Tele lovers. This is PAFT from Taiwan. Hope you doing well during the hard time. Staying home with your 6-strings is the best idea. Anyway, my friend started a carpenter business awhile ago and to support him, I order a custom cab with Taiwanese Koa and maple for the speaker plank, for my beloved 63' Vibroverb Reissue. Taiwanese Koa is also known as Acacia Confusa, as normal Koa is Acacia Koa. Same genus, different species. Taiwanese Koa weights a little more and has tighter grain, but the color is not far off from Hawaii koa. Here are the pics: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1F0s2Qn50HuuzjFhkDNRGCqATEe9vzLK4 Due to the fact that my de-humidifier is mostly on, I said I need no finish for the cab, although finish can make it look even more gorgeous. As for the sound. OMG the sound 63' VV owners know that stock VV already has beautiful tones. However, solid wood brings everything up. Besides that low-mid is clearer now and high-end becomes much sweeter, its dynamic is what surprises me the most. My playing is very well responded in higher definition. I guess somebody calls it "organic feeling", or "breathe". To me it sounds like solid wood responds faster with wider dynamic range compared to compressed wood. The change in EQ is not the main thing here, the change in "feeling" or "playability" is the main dish instead. By the way, the egg-shape thing is his brand logo, which is named The Egg. Strange name, I know.