HI all, I read this forum all the time and finally joined to ask some questions about a 1966 Princeton Reverb I'm going to look at in the next few. It's pretty much all original..It has all the original Caps-Transformers, Speaker etc..I believe the speaker is original. Questions: I'm probably gonna get the amp recapped properly..this should tighten it up quite a bit, correct? I knooow this amp isn't gonna be playing up to spec..any recommendations on approach to this as far as quality parts go? Are their any typical issues on these Blackface Princetons amps that I should look for? When turned up to distortion levels is it typical for this amp to be a bit flabby sounding - especially in the lower sonic range? (I played a 70's Silverface a while back and found to be a little bit spongy in the lows) If this is typical..can anything (simple mods) be done to get a more crisp attack in the lows when pushing the amp.. I want to play and record with this amp but I'm wondering about differences in value between "pre CBS" and "post CBS" Blackface amps? Obviously the 1966 I'm looking at is a post CBS version. Anything and all advice you guys have to offer - appreciated..