With all the projects I see everyone working on I was getting jealous! I've been perusing the schematic for a JTM45 circuit with tremolo (Bluesbreaker). I figured I had most of what would be needed to complete something close as long as I used transformers I already had. I really don't need another amp but the Covid-19 thing has the completion of my workshop on hold and I'm bored! So I've decided to build an amp I could put into my Tweed Super cabinet which is a 2x10 cabinet. My plan is to use a generic Hammond metal "chassis" similar to a Tweed chassis Fender type power transformers and 20Hy Marshall type choke. Obviously this will not be an exact clone of a Marshall but will be pretty close. On Friday I went down to an electrical supply house and picked up a metal box to make a chassis. The chassis is much smaller than a Marshall chassis, especially with the addition of tremolo. I spent some time yesterday laying out what I think will work. It is certainly going to be very tight, the proverbial 7lbs of sh*t in a 5lb bag!. I'm not sure how it will come out but I'm going to give it a crack.