I am thinking about making some kind of test bench amp holder. It's always been clumsy for me, when I take an amp out of the cab to work on, I don't like it sitting on the transformers and the tubes are in danger a little of getting dinged, etc. Up until now have been using a few pieces of wood etc. but... Was buying parts and came across some electronics/guitar amp site that were selling a test bench amp stand. Looked pretty snazzy, and useful but it cost way to much. So I'm thinking about putting one together. First thought is to use wood. Was even thinking it might be possible to have the amp chassis up sitting flat, or if made it right and turned it upside down could have a cutout that would angle the amp at about 50 degrees or so (would sit in a kind of "V") so it faced me instead of me having to hover over the amp (and block the light as I do). Another thing, it would be easy except I need to have it be an adjustable width as I have several amps and they are not all the same size chassis. Just one side that could be adjusted would work. I need to figure out the widest and least wide to see what that range might have to be. Was thinking about some kind of "slots" where the one side could be moved into a wider slot...just not sure. Anyway, anyone here make something like that? (pictures and/or plans if you feel like sharing!) and how did it work out?