1 Edison 8 months ago I haven't owned a lot of amps over the years, but they've all been good ones. I do my diligence and pick my wheelhouse of tones, which are within the realm of classic.My Marshall Silver Jubilee rig is all I need for any choice gain or overdrive. Playing some Aerosmith or AC-DC? I got that covered. My Fender Hot Rod is great for other tones and certain acoustic conditions.But after buying a couple of Vox amps, I'm really sold on them. I started with an AC-15CX, and it sounds amazing. The clarity and chime of the clean tones, and their reverb and tremolo are simply perfect (I'm sure the alnico blue speaker helps). Since then, I've found deals on an AC-30C2X, and an AC-10C1VS. Depending on what room I'm in, they have all become my go-to amps.As if that isn't enough (when is it ever?) my interest is now drifting into the vintage era Vox amps, especially the licensed USA models made by Thomas. Berkeleys, Viscounts, Buckinghams, etc. They are still out there, many of them in good to great condition. ..That being said, 'appearance' is one kind of condition, 'technical function' is another kind entirely. I imagine most amps pushing 50+ years in age start having sound issues. Capacitors and resistors dry out and lose efficacy, not just tubes.Has anyone here on TGP gone down the vintage Vox rabbit hole, especially with the solid state models? I'd like to know as much as I can about what I may be getting into prior to taking the 60s plunge.Thanks in advance.