I've wanted a SLO since I first got a podxt live as a teenager. And while I'll probably build a proper tube clone at some point, for now I'm kind of obsessed with mini pedalboard amps. So I give you my latest project: a solid state pedalboard SLO 100. There's the box that will hold it. It is 7x4 inches. The control layout is in the paper above it (though I've made some revisions since then). The final version will have two footswitches - one to change channels and one to switch the rhythm channel from clean to crunch (like on a peavey). I've got the volumes and tone stack across the top. I will likely add a presence and resonance in as well. I've designed the circuit for them - it's just a question of if they will fit into the box. There will be an effects loop send and return. I originally was going to have this footswitchable but I decided I'd rather use my second switch for clean/crunch. Finally, I'm popping one of those eBay 100w class d amps in there as well. So at the end of the day I'll have a little metal box with a monster high gain tone and a giggable volume. Here are my boards. I designed the circuit with jfets based off the SLO circuit. The boards I plotted out by hand and milled on my cnc machine. They'll be directly soldered to the pots along the top (that's what the big holes are for) Hope it works! I'll update as I build.