Okay, let it be known that I'm not a guitar player, I'm actually a bass player. Having said that, I should also mention that I'm obsessed with good tone, good vintage style tone! The first amp I built in the summer of 2012 was a simple tweed Champ 5F1 style amp in a 1937 Zenith tabletop radio. The reaction to the amp inspired me to build a couple more and see if I could sell them. Fast forward to 2015 and things are starting to finally heat up a little bit.
As of right now, we are busily working away translating old schematics from the late 1930's and the 1940's in hopes of offering them up for sale in 2016. The two amps that we are working on are the Valco 510 "Supro Supreme" and the venerable Gibson "EH-150". The "Supro Supreme" is a great little amp quite similar to a Tweed Champ but it uses older style octal preamp tubes rather than the more modern 9 pin 12AX7. The "EH-150" was made popular by Charlie Christian, and it has a tone like no other, smooth and silky but with a really nice breakup when pushed.
Stay tuned! Exciting stuff is coming.