Sorry for starting another Fuzz Face related thread but I felt it wasn't on-topic enough to discuss in my first one. Does anyone know how to modify a modern Fuzz Face enclosure to be more like vintage examples? I'm in a place where I'd love to have a vintage one but can't quite justify the price tag and while the modern ones are fairly close, there are little things that irk me (and I'm sure not the only one because most replicas rectify these problems). For example, the edges are sharper vs originals, or the font is the wrong color on the Hendrix model (should be white). I realize it's pretty dumb to be irked by this, as it's more about the sound, but there's something the look of the vintage ones that just seems right. In my dream world, I would have a Hendrix JHF1 Fuzz Face modded to be silver with the rounded edges and the Dallas Arbiter logo. So what I'd like to know is if anyone on the forum has undertaken a project of this nature? If so, is there any guidance on how to do this? Or does anyone know of someone who would do this for a fee? For obvious reasons I have a lot more time now so I might be interested in learning how to do this myself, but I also wouldn't mind having someone with more experience do this for me. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!