Replacing electrolytics in a 30+ year old Ampeg BT-15 bass amplifier. The PS filter caps are \$ 2500 \mu F/80V\$ which are rare to be found; I know that 3300/100 would be okay for the filter. There's also a \$0.1 \mu F\$ in parallel which I asked about earlier and got helpful answers.
There is also a \$ 2500 \mu F/80V\$ electrolytic in parallel with a \$0.1 \mu F\$ just in front of the speaker connection, after the power transistor network. I know that it is in poor condition because pushing on it causes all kinds of static and popping. The replacement needs to be a through hole mount, preferably radial leads based on the configuration of PCB. I can't find that specific capacitor: the largest 80V cap is \$1800\mu F\$, and going to 100 V gives me either a \$2200\mu F\$ or \$3300\mu F\$ as options. Does it matter whether the replacement is higher or lower in capacitance? What effect on tone might either of these choichave?