[1964 Fender Princeton 6G2]: Had this amp since 1994, bought it for nothing. Come to find out it's a collector's item now. It works great. The only thing not original is the speaker. I have, however, come to the conclusion that there is more potential here, if it were refreshed a little bit. I am not experienced in this field, and those who are urge me to find a good vintage amp tech to do the work, instead doing it myself (which is my first inclination). >Any recommendations on a reputable amp tech? I live near Anaheim, CA (I actually bought this amp from a local in Fullerton, who lived a few blocks away from Leo Fender's old shop, which is now a museum), and I am looking for someone in my area who is qualified. >I would also like some input from you, the vintage amp enthusiast, on what to shoot for. This is my game plan so far: -Remove the infamous "death cap", bypass the ground switch, and install a 3-prong power cord; -Test and replace the electrolytic capacitors; -Inspect tubes and replace as necessary; -Test all other components, replacing as necessary, keeping the unit as original as possible; -Find an appropriate premium speaker to substitue the cheap replacement in there now. Any input will be appreciated, thank you!