This has been put together after a request, but it's based on a schematic of unknown origin so I don't know whether the scheme even works never mind the layout.
A couple of things do make me think it could be a good trace though. The volume pots are wired in an unusual way which I have seen from DBA before, although for this layout I have changed them to the more usual volume pot configuration that we are used to, purely to remove unnecessary daisy chaining and so make connections simpler - their functionality in the circuit remains identical. It also looks like a mish mash rats nest of a circuit, which again points to authentic Death By Audio :o) (just joking guys).
As this is a gamble at this stage, it may be one to do with pots in a breadboard first rather than soldering them, but as long as you know the score from the outset, if it's something you want then please let us know so we can verify the scheme and layout or bin the post entirely.
Update 12th April: Now corrected and verified so no longer a gamble :o)
Here is the schematic it is based on for those who may want to follow it
The pot numbering shown in the schematic is the reverse of the convention and so I have swapped lugs 1 and 3 where necessary. As noted above the volume pot connections have been altered to our usual:
Volume 1 ground
Volume 2 output
Volume 3 input
Only the second stomp switch connections are shown in the layout. The main bypass stomp switch is wired as per usual, and with a separate LED to show when bypassed. Then the LED mentioned in the layout (assuming using bi-colour) displays the selected channel.
One of the LED resistors was shown as 100K which seems huge to me even for a ultra bright LED, so I've just included a single 3K3 resistor for current limiting, which can be used for a common anode bi-colour LEDs with stomp 2 switching the ground connections.
Anyway, enough waffle, here's the info about the original:
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