A while back I ran across a Dual Fender Showman head at a music store (the big one from the 70's obviously) that had 2 8" speakers installed in it. I only had a few minutes to plug in and I didn't take time to get a good look at it the back of it. However, I was impressed with how it sounded and afterwards I was sorry I hadn't considered it more seriously. For such a compact rig with small speakers it stayed quite clean and I probably would have bought it if I had the money. I should have put it on layaway but by the time that occurred to me a couple days later it had been sold. I didn't have a chance to crank it but I got it up to a reasonably loud level and it sounded fine standing right next to it, probably turned up half way. I wouldn't be surprised if it was running at 50 watts at the volume produced, and the tremolo circuit had been disconnected. Possibly these were partly needed modifications to fit speakers inside. In any case, does anyone think it would be a worthwhile project to find a Showman head and to do this? My main concern would be mounting and baffling the speakers. I'm not sure if the speakers projected very well if one was listen away from the amp as it was set up. I'd probably add a small extension speaker cab if need be for playing with other people. The over all dimensions I believe are about 13 H 26 W, 9 D. For a very portable rig to pick up and go which retains keep a lot of headroom available I continue to find it an intriguing idea.