I'm thinking of a building a clone of the chassis from the Fender Vibroverb Custom Re-Issue. This is the model produced by Fender a few years back and has stock/Cesar Diaz mods switching and tube/ss rectifying switch. I'd eventually like to add a an extra gain stage switch and effects send/return option too, but 1st I'll put together the build as per the Fender factory. Having reviewed the very good quality schematic/layout from a Fender doc, a fully populated wired up DIYLC should be a piece of cake...? 1st thing was to get a BOM spreadsheet together using the schematic, just 4 columns, Component ref #, values, location and any notes. I found 1 error in the attached doc, small one but shouldn't be there. One of the doghouse resistors was labeled R8 but R8 already exists on the main board, looks like a typo, should be labeled R80. So, if there is one error in the schematic then there may be others :0 Today I did the main board and doghouse board layout. The main board took a while, mainly because there was a board jumper labeled as "2" and couldn't find where it went, eventually traced via the schematic and found the other eyelet labeled "2". Now I'm thinking that there must be another board jumper labeled "1" but can't see it. What do you guys think? I have some low res photos of the chassis guts, anyone have any more? Here's a PDF and jpg the DIYLC boards so far: BOM to follow. Doug.