...It worked out great! Below is my new 5F11 "Vibrolush" from Modern Sound Amplifiers. I posted a couple weeks ago on here looking for recommendations on such an amp, and got contacted by forum member Coldengray. He builds amps in his spare time and does a great job of it. It's way nicer than I expected... visually it's incredible and the sound is pretty on par with the originals but I think overall a tad warmer and more balanced. Here's the specs, per his website: Vintage style chrome plated steel chassis with 3 inputs 5F11 board made from G10/FR4 electrical grade fiberglass Jupiter Yellow vintage style capacitors F&T or Sprague electrolytics 22g cloth covered wire, 18g heaters Carbon comp resistors Carling switches CTS pots NOS tube sockets Switchcraft jacks Purple indicator light Speaker hookup Mercury Magnetics transformers Modern Sounds "Vibrolush" logo JJ 12AX7s, Tung-Sol 6V6s and NOS RCA 5Y3GT rectifier Tweed 1x10 cabinet made to my specifications: knot free pine, amber tinted lacquer, leather handle, metal glides I am not at all good at doing gear demos, but you can hear it here... Many thanks to Coldengray for doing awesome work and not stealing my money and shipping me a box of fish heads or something like that.