The original has a 5K trimmer in between Texture 1 & 2 and the collector of Q3 which I have omitted to keep this 1590B friendly in terms of number of columns. I think a trimmer there is largely unnecessary as it simply alters the upper and lower setting of the texture pot. It is very much a set and forget and nothing that you couldn't achieve in the single control by using a 15K texture pot (if you can get them, 20K if you can't :o)
If you aren't bothered about saving width and would prefer the same controls then just add a few columns and put the trimmer to the right of the board in a suitable position, or a free floating trimmer daughterboard elsewhere in the box if you prefer.
Info about the original:
The Keeler Designs Kick Fuzz is contemporary take on the classic fuzz tones you love. The Kick Fuzz is completely versatile, and delivers an array of classic fuzz tones in one stompbox. So now in one fuzz pedal, you can go from a spitting vintage fuzz tone to muffish and massive sustaining fuzz madness all with some creative tweaking of the Kick's knobs. The Volume control delivers a serious amount of gain for your signal, and the Fuzz control goes everywhere from gritty clean to massively saturated signals. The Kick Fuzz is an incredibly responsive pedal, and works dynamically with your guitar's volume and tone knobs - so back off the volume for some sweet gritty clean tones. The Texture control gives you a wild variety of fuzz tones, so dial in some spitty vintage tones or massive gain. The Tone control allows you to either boost bass or treble frequencies. The Keeler Designs Kick Fuzz will cover all the fuzz tones you need, and then some.
Keeler Designs Kick Fuzz
The Keeler Designs Kick Fuzz feels like a kick to the chest. This incredibly versatile and sweet fuzz will get you from 1967 all the way to 2010 with some sweeps of the texture control. Feedback nastiness, thick and dirty overdrive, and powerfully sustaining tones are all housed within the Keeler Designs Kick Fuzz. If you think you've heard everything a fuzz pedal can do, think again. The Keeler Designs Kick Fuzz pedal will give you some draw-dropping fuzz goodness.
Keeler Designs Kick Fuzz Features:
Volume: Controls amount if signal
Fuzz: Controls amount of fuzz, from dirty clean to saturated signal
Texture: Controls the type of overdrive signal. Counterclockwise gives vintage tones, while clockwise dials in saturated and modern fuzz.
Tone: Boosts either bass or treble signals