I kind jumped on a auction , kind on impulse on eBay this morning , on a 5e3 , but I think I got a good deal after all , I got it for 500 delivery included , it have a bunch of mods done to it , I just want to know if you guys are familiar with those mods ,and or if they are good , I will list the seller add , and one picture, is all I got on info right now until it get here sellers add Up for sale here is my beloved modded Tweed Deluxe 1x12 tube combo amp. Normal channel has a great clean sound and the Bright channel excels at natural power tube overdrive. No master volume on this amp so you have to crank it to get it to break up. A few mods were done to make this amp more versatile. First it has the 6G3 mod to isolate the Normal and Bright channels from each other so that adjusting the volume of one channel does not affect the other. Both the Normal and Bright channel coupling capacitor values were changed to tame excess bass. This really tightened up the overdrive on the Bright channel. The filter cap values were also changed in the power section to tighten up the bass as well. This amp has adjustable cathode bias achieved with a knob located on the left side of the chassis. 1 ohm resistors are installed to make it easy to measure the bias on each 6V6GT power tube. This amp has a Mercury Magnetics output transformer, vintage GE 6V6GT power tubes, a vintage GE 5Y3GT rectifier, and a nice vintage Westinghouse 12AX7. Finally, a 12 inch Eminence Wizard speaker was installed. This was my favorite amp. Only selling because of car accident left me unable to play anymore. This is a good amp and needs to played and not collecting dust.