Hi to everyone. I have a COT 50 clone that sounds great but also different with either a russian MP38 or a Texas Instruments 2n1304 transistor. So now I want to install a switch to dial in either of the transistors. I know that a 3PDT switch would be the smartest way to go. But the enclosure (Hammond 1590G) is calling for a SPDT switch. So here is the question: is connecting the emitters and collectors of both transistors to the board and either base to separate lugs of the switch and then back to the board a good idea? Or better: is that the way to go for engaging one transistor and bypassing the other? Or is it - for technical reasons I didn't consider - better to connect the emitters or collectors to the switch while the other two terminals go directly to the board? Thanks for your help! And in case it works - I'm going to call it the "Cold War 50". I mean c'mon, a Russian vs. an American NOS transistor?!