Back in 2006, I was going through a period in my life where I felt the need to create something. Normally, I would have build a computer. I really didn't need another computer. I decided to build an amplifier. After a bit of researching amplifier kits to death, I decided to build a clone of a tweed Fender Champ from Marsh Amplification. It was a fun process. After playing it quite a bit, I ended up blowing the speaker. I replaced it with a Vintage Series Weber speaker, 8A-125-O.
A while ago, I ran across a video that I shot in 2006. It didn't really represent the amp well, so I decided to set up a video camera and play a bit. Here is the result with a vintage JT-30 microphone and a plaid flannel shirt. I'm not sure that it's any better than the original video, but here it is:
Here is another video with a modern Shure 520DX with the original modern dynamic element. This microphone is generally regarded as a complete turd among harmonica players. It didn't seem so bad in this video. More importantly, I was wearing a black T-shirt: