#1
http://cgi.ebay.com/Eric-Johnson-Fender-Twin-Reverb-Prototype-Guitar-Amp_W0QQitemZ120081233052QQihZ002QQcategoryZ38074QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

I just stumbled accross this today. It seems that at some point Fender was considering a signature EJ amp based on the Twin Reverb.

A totally hand wired EJ signature Fender Twin Reverb...sounds like a stellar (although expensive) idea. The only drawback I can see is the fact that the amp is not grounded. Any thoughts?
#2
Any decent tech can change that back to 3 prong. It's a good idea, you should do it. Any degradation in tone I'm convinced is completely inaudible. You can get shocked lightly now and then at best, and killed at the worst.
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#3
Quote by That_Pink_Queen
Any decent tech can change that back to 3 prong. It's a good idea, you should do it. Any degradation in tone I'm convinced is completely inaudible. You can get shocked lightly now and then at best, and killed at the worst.

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#4
I'm certain the price will go up, and I'm currently tapped out due to the Mesa. I was just excited at the prospect of an EJ signature amp given his "breathe through your toes to get better tone" ideals. He tends to off like a mix of "A Beautiful Mind" and "Rain Man" when it comes to creating tones.