Most of you here will be aware of the trend: big amps are a thing of the past, and most people who haven't gone the way of modeling are choosing what were traditionally "home" or "practice" tube amp models, like the Fender Champ or Princeton. For example: I recently saw three silverface Super Reverbs in various states of repair or disrepair or originality at Carter Vintage Music in Nashville. They ranged from $800-$1000. At the same store is a pristine-looking silverface Champ for around $700 and a modded silverface Princeton Reverb with a Deluxe Reverb transformer (so: not original) and a an Eminence blue-frame (again: not original) for around $2000. Sure, it sounds awesome, but... Also just noticed on my local Craigslist: A 1965 Fender Princeton Reverb reissue for $750 and a 1979-80 silverface Pro Reverb (looks to be all original) for $600. These are strange days, methinks. I wonder if the tide might ever turn the other direction again? Another thing I noticed related both to guitars and amps: You know how folks often remind one another around here that celebrity ownership is worth exactly $0 on the market? I'm not so sure that's true anymore. At Carter Vintage, for example, tags on instruments or amps often indicate previous ownership of some kind of well known name, and the price seems to reflect that fact. Anybody else have stories to share on these phenomena?