OK, I'm nuts, but back in the day I had a real 1959 Fender Vibroverb. I dogged it out, cut the cabinet into a Dual Showman head height, and used the Jensen Concert 15" speaker in an Electro-Voice TB-1 Cabinet (2 x 15", double Bass Reflex Cabinet). Then I blew the amp out using it as a pre-amp into a 100 watt Traynor Bass amp. Man, I did not know what I had or how to use it. Finally after several TV repair shop failures, I found a guy in Detroit (Speedy Eddie Fortrell, on Gratiot Ave.) who used all Fender parts to resurrect that chassis into a 125 watt Master Pull Volume Twin Reverb. It could not be played at low volumes, though. Very loud. Pining for the fjords - I wish I had that amp back so I could learn to use it correctly. I have always wanted to build an amp (I used to live near a Heath Electronics Store in Detroit, and ogled their amp kit, 2x12 100 watter). Question is: With no experience other than knowing how to solder, or replace a tube socket, or a couple of resistors on occasions, could I get the schematics, and build that old Vibroverb? If so, how much would the equivalent parts, not counting speaker, cost?