Hi, everybody. Giving an update now that I have everything I need to start working on the '67 Super Reverb I got in July. https://www.tdpri.com/threads/new-amp-restoration-attempt-67-super-reverb.1077038/ After my last thread, I got a gold multimeter, a Klein tools MM700, a soldering station, and slowly started ordering the parts for a basic re-cap attempt. While waiting for the parts to show up, I did lots of reading and watched many different videos to understand what I was getting into, and the proper safety measures for this type of work. After a failed attempt to get my own discharge device made for my multimeter probes, I went with a Weber Snufferstick. I got the amp discharged yesterday, and managed to identify and safely test resistors on the tube sockets, and throughout the board. So far, nearly all my 100k Ω resistors have drifted significantly, ranging from 117k to 139k. I realize that, like speakers, a 100k resistor will not measure exactly 100k, but my current readings have me wanting to play it safe and change them. My 50v 100mfd bias cap has drifted from its 100mfd rating to the 150 range. I will replace this with a 100v 100mfd cap I bought after some of you recommended this to me in my last thread. Of course, I'm replacing the electrolytic caps on the board, as they are original to the amp and this amp has a crackle that my twin reverb had prior to being re-capped. Also replacing the Illinois Caps on the underside, as I didn't get any service history from the family of the previous owner. The 470Ω screen resistors have drifted as well, though not as bad. Unfortunately, I need to clip them out and replace, as they don't have enough lead wire to move them out of the heat rising from my power tubes. The 1.5k grid resistors are measuring 2.5k, so I'm replacing them and moving the new ones so they don't face the immediate heat as well. With the amp safely discharged, I'm also replacing the power cord with a 3-prong grounded cord, and eliminating the "death cap". Will post more updates as I start with the re-cap. Joseph.