I have an early 90's (? 94 ?) Blues Deville 410. It's a two channel amp, made in the USA. I've only used it as a 410 cab the last couple of years. The overdrive channel is terrible but I don't really care about it. I don't use the crunch channel. I'd like to get the clean channel sounding better. Also, the reverb is dark and murky sounding but I don't care about the reverb. I have a VanAmps Solemate reverb that sounds great through the amp, so the reverb can stay dark and murky, since I don't use it. I'd like to send off just the amp section to somebody and pay to have the clean channel modified. Who has a good reputation for modifying Fender amps? Please, don't suggest paying somebody $1000 to rebuild the amp. The amp isn't even worth a $1000. If I wanted an new amp built, I'd start from scratch. My ceiling is about $500 and even then I'd have to debate whether it's worth putting that much into an amp that sells as a reissue for $1050. I've noticed a business called Omega amps that seems to have experience modifying and repairing Fender amps. Also, I noticed a place called Andrews Amp Lab which seems to specialize in Fender amp repair and mods. Has anybody had any experience with these shops?