I really had no plans to buy any vintage again. But then this 2x10 baby popped out of nowhere. A '66 Gretsch 6162. Made by Valco. This is the one with 6937 power tubes, oscillating tremolo, and best of all, plate reverb. (In a cardboard box) Has the original brown and gold Jensen speakers, exactly as in blackface fenders. Two inputs, treble and standard. The standard is obviously darker, but that helps with Dyno's. The reverb is the biggest surprise really. Very unique, chimey and shimmers. Not lush with trails. I actually like over my reverb tank. And shes 100% hand wired and all tube. The face plate isn't to pitted, just used for 55 years, but she's still solid as a rock and a pretty loud 18 watts. Speakers still sound tight. Has a peculiar growl to her. Once the tubes are all warmed up, she really sings. Im really glad I sprung for this amp. The tremelo is good, sound best at slower speed with more intensity. I've tried a couple of different 12at7's for the 'verb, they don't make much of a difference. I'll leave my favorite RCA one in my tank, but probably won't use it this amp anyway. Just though I'd shar this. I can post pics of the back later on.