A few months ago I purchased a 1x12" cab for my silverface Princeton Reverb. In doing so I met Brian Luckhurst, a gifted amp guy totally addicted to the blackface Princeton Reverb. He explained that he manufactured PRs (the AA1164 pre-CBS circuit), only using very high quality components like Mercury Magnetic transformers, etc. He also stated he was making them in the traditional 12 watt format, but also a 22W, a 35W and a 45W, depending on different transformers and power tubes, but all with the standard PR front end. At that time I tried a 22W and 35W, both of which sounded really nice. All of these amps have 12" speakers unless otherwise specified. Now I love the sound of a Princeton and use one every chance I can. As one of the most recorded amps in history, it is a great amp for session work, rehearsals and small club work but pretty light for anything bigger. I like the Deluxe Reverb too and own two. They are wonderful amps but I find the sonic balance of the Princeton more pleasing to my ear. I asked Brian if he could build me a 22W PR and I will supply the speaker as I always have a couple of Eminence 1258 Legends kicking around. They are an economical and terrific sounding 12" speaker, working really well in many amps. He said it would be no problem. I picked it up a few days ago and have run about thirty different guitars through it. It sounds really, really (REALLY) good. I used my stand-by JJ 6V6S in the power section and a Tung Sol 12ax7 in V1. My long suffering wife doesn't mind if I crack it up so I did. It is appreciably louder than my silverface and my '68 Custom Princeton Reverbs and should serve well as a nicely portable amp for everything but the biggest gigs. The reverb is deep and lush with an Accutronics tank and true to form, the tremolo is as wonderful as the Princeton Reverb can be. As a bonus, you can see in the pics, on the far right hand side of the rear panel, there are two small black discs. They are points for adjusting the bias and the bias adjusting pot is cleverly hidden inside the extension speaker jack. Simply insert a flat screwdriver and away you go. I have been playing the daylights out of this little wonder for 4 days and nights now. It is absolutely a keeper in every way, the kind of amp you can depend on for almost any chore without it blowing off the barn doors. It is quiet and sounds as good as any PR I have ever heard, in fact, it is even better than my sweet little silverface or the '68 Custom PR. And when you thought it couldn't get better, Brian charged me $1000 canuck bucks for this amp. That is $640 USD!!! Seriously.