Hey all, I'm about to start working on what I hope is the final touches to my vintage 66 Princeton Reverb amp. I need a new reverb tank I believe because it makes all kinds of noise in the background when I'm not playing. I also want a vintage-correct Fender cloth wire for the reverb in-out, and the correct speaker wiring. Also, it's never had a cap job that I'm aware of, so I figure I should address this as well. I don't know much about caps whether it's better to replace them with new ones, NOS, or vintage ones. I've seen a few capacitor kits for sale on ebay that are speciically for the vintage Princeton Reverbs. What do you think? I've already swapped the original 2-prong cord out with a 3-prong grounded one. The only other thing I've noticed is how loud it is; I can barely get it past the '1' on volume and I can't turn my strat or LP up all the way....this is not the case with my 68 Deluxe Reverb...what gives? It does have a replacement, vintage-looking Utah speaker (with Utah in blue script writing)...don't know what was wrong with the original speaker, but I've got that too somewhere...it came with the amp when I bought it 2 years ago. Is there anything else you would suggest I do?