Hi all- This is a new-to-me 68 Deluxe Reverb that I'm going to go through and clean up for my own use. I'd like to do it right. I worked for a year under an extremely good amp tech and I'm good with the monkey side of things: I solder expertly when told where to do so My theory is very poor/non-existent, so I just write everything down, take pictures and go slowly and check my work. My hope is to get verification on the work I'm planning to do, the parts I'm planning on ordering and perhaps a good vendor to order from for a good price. My old boss is out on tour till the end of the month and I'd like to get the ball rolling, so I thought I'd get to it. The Deluxe came with a rather crappy set of tubes, so I'll likely retube after I'm done with the service. My old boss used to have me doing recaps, but my notes are all missing, so I'm going from reading I did last night, some memory of a few things and the layout drawings for the appropriate AB763 circuit. I'm planning on doing filter caps + accompanying resistors, screen grid resistors (2 resistors over each power tube?), all interior caps, bias cap, any interior resistors that tend to drift and/or be problematic. The amp does have the "brown turd" tone caps, but I'm thinking I'll take care of maintenance, make sure it's operating well and then move onto tone snobbery. Lastly, I'll mention that the speaker looks like a bit of an odd bird, but seems to be, based on it's codes (465-202), an Oxford of some flavor. It's a little fugly, but I'm down to try anything. I checked out the EL84 world page (Hoffman amps) and wrote down this parts list based on what I read. If I'm missing anything, I'd love to be schooled. In terms of specific brands, my old boss used to swear by F&T for the filter caps and then the smaller caps inside could be Sprauge (I think...Black with green writing). Bias cap = 47uf/100v cap Interior caps = 7 x 25uf/25volt Interior resistors: 100K plate load resistors x ? Per Hoffman - "I only change these if the amp has an excessive amount of hiss when operating. These resistors are in a V shaped pattern usually but you may have to trace them from the tube socket to find them. Pins 1 and 6 are the plates on the pre amp tubes. You can follow those pins back to the board to find the 100K plate load resistors. On most Fender combo amps, the phase invertor tube has an 82K and a 100K plate load resistor. These resistors can be the source of bacon frying and hissing hissing noises." Power tubes/Screen grids: 2 x 470 ohm 3 watt metal film resistor 2 x 1.5k resistor Filter caps: 5 x 20/500v - F&T 1k/3-watt metal film resistor 4.7k/3-watt metal film resistor Am I missing anything obvious or that you'd suggest? I'll also be re-tensioning the tube sockets, spraying out all sockets and pots, tightening all bolts/screws and re-biasing. Any help is greatly appreciated!