I've been wanting to do an amp kit for years, for whatever reason I've just never done it. Recently I decided to sell some equipment I had that I wasn't currently using to fund the project. Last week I finally sold enough stuff to place the order. I debated quite a while on which brand/model to get. Since this was my first build I wanted something with step by step instructions which Allen has on several of his models. I also wanted something with a Fender sound but not just a clone of a particular model so again Allen amps seemed to be a good choice. I decided to go with the Accomplice model in a head as opposed to a combo. I already have two nice speaker cabinets to use, a 2x10 and a 2x12, and my back appreciates making two trips with a head a cabinet as opposed to a combo amp these days. I also chose 6L6 tubes since I currently have a set of vintage 6V6 tubes on the shelf, this amp can run with either so ordering with 6L6 power tubes will give me the option of running with either set that I choose. I did choose the larger output transformer, Dave says that this helps clean up the low end a bit, I play 7 string guitar from time to time so I thought this might be a good choice for me. The kit arrived today minus the cabinet which takes about 6 weeks. Also the power transformer is on backorder at the moment but I should get that in a few weeks. First picture is all of the parts minus the power transformer, then the progress I made in about an hour this evening. Progress will be slow as I don't always have much free time and I want to take my time and do this right with hopefully no or very few mistakes. Looking forward to firing it up for the first time.