Ok, now I'm looking at possible picking up one of two Pro Reverb amps, and but have some choices to make and wanted to get your input. Both of them are Mid to late 1970's Silverface. Amp #1 1978 With Original Speakers, and has the original footswitch. Casters have been added, and three prong power cord added. Everything works "tip top" (i.e. no scratchy pots, no hums or hisses, etc.), it was mechanically and electronically well cared for. However, cosmetically, it is beat up. The previous owner was a smoker and there are some cigarette burns in the tolex, and it generally looks like he gigged with it a lot, and it has been dragged in and out of every bar from here to Des Moines. Amp #2 Mid to late 70's (unsure of exact year, but silverface era). $100 less than amp # 1, but its been modified. The "normal" channel has been modified to be a more high gain channel (a la tweed bassman or a marshall kind of deal). Supposedly its a common mod on two channel amps and is easily reversible by an amp tech. Also, its missing the footswitch. . . My thoughts are this: -Regardless of cosmetic condition, amp #1 seems like a better buy, because A) it has the footswitch which is easily $30 to replace right there B) Theres potential for more money to be put into it reversing that normal channel mod (though to be fair, I'm likely to always use the vibrato channel, and I suppose theres a chance I could like the modified normal channel). C) If the cosmetics bothered me, replacing the tolex is kind of a normal thing, so if/when I go to resell it, a retolexing wouldn't kill the value the way a channel mod/de-mod would. What would you do? Would you walk away from both?