Hi all, just an interesting observation that I'd like to bounce off of you... I just bought a '62 Fender Deluxe from a guy, and it looks pretty legit so far - transformer codes, tube chart stamp, all that stuff indicates that it's of the stated vintage. Couple of things though - all the caps, well most of them, are orange - I don't know much about caps, but I do know that my '65 BFSR and '63 Blonde Bassman have blue ones. Did this amp have its caps replaced, you think, or did they use different ones back in the day? And how does that affect the sound? Also, I notice that from the PT and OT, some of the wires coming from the transformer are plastic coated instead of cloth. As I said, the serial codes on both match up and they look like they are from '62. At the bottom of the OT, I can see a couple loops of wire going between a couple of the layers of paper. Just wondering what this means and what might have happened. Anyways, the amp kicks ass for sure (breakup with a strat at 2.5! Yes!), but just interested in what kind of history it might have had. Thanks!