@aclempoppi,,, I have been asking around,,, and I get the same response. Everyone else, All musicians mind you who play Fender Amps, said the same thing. To let it degrade until it doesn't work anymore, then replace it. If possible with a used one from the same time frame. So, as per your suggestion, I will wait and just dial it up to 3 and wait until it really goes. In the meantime I will use my Line 6 Vetta 2 With the Full FBV Dual Pedal Foot Controller. If I need more Pedals, Cabinets, Amps, or any other effect that I missed. Don't get me wrong/. I love my Fender Twin!! It really sounds Awesome, and the Clean tones are "The Perfect" Clean tones, that have been heard on so many albums. I just came back from "The Gathering of the Vibes" this past weekend. we camped out as we always do. And saw some great bands and heard some great amps.!! But I cant say that I even Saw a single amp that was probably made before the LAte 80's! Most were 60's or 70's Fenders, Marshalls, or Vox's.!! Which all sounded great to me!!!!! And I have a Buddy,, Travis Moody (he is on the web and Facebook)He is a phenomenal Guitar Player. Check him out if you can. He has a Hedstrom,,a Fender Vibrolux, a Fender Twin and a Fender (something, I forget he has so many) But he is ready to give me $1,000 for the Fender "The Twin" as it sounds today.! Which is a great price seeing I only paid $75 dollars for it from a pawn dealer who didn't now anything about amps. Some had tried to pull the 6L6GC's tubes out without unlatching the Base Clips. So they literally pulled the Glass part of the tubes out of its airtight vacuumed seal. Which let the air in and caused the amp to do nothing but squeal the moment you turned it on. So I just replaced the 6L6GC's with a brand Matched Quartet of Groove Tube 6L6GC's (chinese model) and then I replaced all the 12AX7's, and the 2 12AT7's just so all the tubes would be new, fresh tubes that I know are working. Then I re-biased the amp. and Plugged in my 78' Gibson Les Paul Custom!! And Damn,,, That amp rocks!!! It was so loud I couldn't dial it past #1!!! So I borrowed my Buddies Tom Scholz "Powersoak", And it let me turn up the master volume as high as I wanted while, while the Tubes were getting overdriven, it only attenuated the output to the speakers. And Damn, Man!!! If that amp Didn't Completely sound like any Boutique amp I ever heard. From the Fenders,to Vox,Matchless,Marshall,Mesa Boogies, and some I never even heard before. But I play alot of Hard rock,, and mostly Dream Theater!!! And even though this amp sounds great,, Its still not user friendly enough for a guy like me who generally only uses about 4, rarely 5 sounds. So, once, I finished putting "The Evil Twin" Back together. I and gonna sell it to my Buddy for a Grand! This way I keep it in "The Family" (so to speak). And he said if I ever need to use it again, he would loan it to me. I plan on taking the money from the sale of the Fender. Then I am gonna save some more money and just buy a Mesa Boogie Mark V and be done with it!! I will have all the channels sounds I need for my Style of playing! While still having other tones to choose from for other songs and cover songs. And Dream Theater songs. But Again,, I thank you for the advice.. I know that reverbs do degrade over time and I had a 1973 Gibson SG system Amp with an accutronics Reverb and over the years it has just gotten sweeter. So I agree with your idea and I am gonna roll with it.
Thank You Very Much for your Suggestion!!