Being the happy owner of a 1964 Princeton 6G2, I was naturally curious about the specs for the Chris Stapleton 6G2. I read several reviews, each one pointing out features the others didn't cover. Then I went to Fender.com and took a look at the manual. It is there I had to restrain myself from uncontrollable laughter. I'll let the two images tell the story. Chris Stapleton 6G2 1 by Tremoluxer posted Sep 20, 2020 at 10:56 AM Chris Stapleton 6G2 2 by Tremoluxer posted Sep 20, 2020 at 10:56 AM LOLOL Besides leaving that spot blank, what could be there instead? What would you have done? It's not like this is a faithful reproduction of a stock 6G2, it's anything but! Anything in the signal chain is automatically ruled out -- it can't be near the 60Hz AC. Also, a standby switch is obvious, and while unnecessary for low-power amps like this -- it's still way better than non-functional nonsense! My first choice would be banana jacks for plugging in a multimeter to check the bias of the 6V6s. Or a bias adjustment pot. The original 6G2s didn't have one, and it would be a lot easier to set the bias than having to reach up inside the cabinet.