Hello, Welcome to my Frankenstein project. I chose to build a Vox AC-10 in a semi period way as I have a love of the Beatles music and want to learn the guitar at some time. For those who have seen some of my previous builds with my Kalamazoo Model 2 or my champ amp some will remember that I said that one day do what I then called a 20th Century Voxy but haven't had the time. Well the time is now with the Beer Bug 19 going around so I figured that I would post these pics finally and do a little show and tell along the way. I do also want to give special thanks to a few people, some on this list and some in other places. On the Tdpri forums here I wish to thank Andyfromdenver as he was kinda the catalyst for this build as I chose to build the Kalamazoo Model 2 instead of a Vox AC-4 which he was doing at the time. Lotsa similarities between these two amps in some respects but different in others, but I wanted to tip my hat to him and let him know that I did manage to get around to it. Also Steve Grosvenor who wrote the book "A Service Engineer's Guide to the Vox AC-30 Valve Amp". It was his book that made it possible to translate from schematic to tag board layout as I wanted to do this in a semi-period way. SteveWalsh730 on Youtube for his demos of all things Vox and for answering my questions that I had. Believe me I had a lot of them which did make me rethink a few things in this project. Lastly Rsmrecording who I was fortunate enough to meet in person who sold me the chassis. If you ever tried to build on of these things you know that trying to get dimensions on any of these chassis is hit or miss as you can't just purchase them anywhere from the electronics stores that sell chassis's and things. I was fortunate even though it made this project larger in size than I originally wanted it but I like it now, it has kinda grown on me. So it all starts with a chassis pic I guess.