Please mind that I've done a ton of deep diving and research. I also understand that the vibroking is a pretty unique circuit design within the fender lineage. And this is in regards to a year 2000 model so it has the 6v6 revery recovery rather than the original el84 (?) I'm out of town on a job, but one of these popped up locally, so when I get back home I do plan on setting up an appointment to try it out. For those who own/have played/in the know. What classic fender design/circuit/sound is the vibro king most similar too? I've heard it described as a tighter 59 bassman reissue. Any truth to this statement? I've read alot about the interactivity of the tonestack and the volume. Running the volume really high with the tonestack low gives up a hairy low(ish) volume sound, running the tone stacks wide with the volume low for cleaner leaning sounds and inbetween. Can someone please expand upon the interactivity?? I've read its a marriage between tweed/brownish/blackishface depending on the settings, others say its not like any of them. I'd love to open a dialoge to all things vibroking, I'm happy to hear any and all opinions and experiences with the model, good, bad or inbetween. Thanks y'all!