(I briefly had this over on the emporium but pulled it until I'm sure it's right. My tech said it was probably fine but I think something is missing.) (I am NOT a tech.) What is the order of the power caps under the "dog house" on a 1972 Pro Reverb? I recently serviced and recapped the amp and it had what looked like a couple of jury rigged caps in series in the middle position. I assumed these were installed at some point because that's all that the former owner had on hand. Now I'm wondering . The amp is dead quiet and sounds good but it is lacking bottom. I'm thinking I maybe put a wrong cap in. With #5 being the cap closest to the output tranny, I have #5 100/350 #4 100/350 #3 20/500 #2 20/500 #1 20/500 Should #3 be a 100/350? On the Hoffman site: "Larger filter caps help the bass response." At first I thought the 6L6's might be biased really cold but they are at about 30mA. Thanks in advance for any advice. ps I have done some tube and speaker swapping and while it does make a little difference (mostly the speakers) I still think there's something else. I'm waiting for a shipment of new pre amp tubes to try but I'm pretty sure they won't make much of a difference.