Hello Friends, Seeing as I have a little time on my hands, I thought I'd share some of my builds. Backstory: I started building amps in 2006 with a kit from Marsh Amps (5F2A). After that I ventured off on my own sourcing parts from a variety of the usual spots. I have learned a lot along the way, but still have much to learn. Thanks to all the folks who share their knowledge on this forum - none more than Rob Rob. In an effort to push down my costs (and just for the fun of it), I started building my own cabinets as they were the single most expensive element in a given build. I generally try to source my materials as close to home as possible. Being in Chicago that means Classictone (love 'em), Switchcraft (headquartered in Chicago), CTS (which used to stand for Chicago Telephone Supply), etc. Along the same lines, I mostly work with reclaimed wood. That could mean boards from a friend's old attic, some torn up vintage flooring, pieces from a good ol' Wisconsin barn, even a wine crate or two. All my builds to date follow in the footsteps of Leo and friends. In any event, here are some pics... 1. Wood - Wisconsin barn and wine crate remnants. Circuit - Tweed Vibrolux-ish 2. Wood - Alder (like a Strat). Circuit - 6G2-ish 3. Wood - 100+ year old quartersawn Douglas Fir floorboards. Circuit - 6G2-ish. (One of these days I'll get the faceplates done) 4. Wood - 80+ year old lap board from a friend's attic (& fruit crate). Circuit - 5F2A. 5. My logo as designed by me.