Here's a rough write up, electrically I'm pretty confident everything's fine, it's just a bit cramped and the proper voltage symbols seem to have disappeared from library so I used Vaa for +V and Vcc for the bias Voltage, I'll try and spruce it up tonight.
It's mostly SMT but with a lot of through-hole caps, some of the choices are pretty odd, how integral they actually are to the sound is debatable, but here's the list (all others are SMT MLCC or SMT/Leaded Polarized Electrolytic) -
C4,C12,C18 - Mylar Polyester
C17 - Polybox
C6 - Metallized Polyester
C7 - Polybox
C8 - Through-Hole MLCC
C13 - Non-polarized electrolytic
C16 - Through-Hole Tantalum
C19,C23,C24 - Polarized Electrolytic
Cap values marked with * are assumed from the FX86 Schematic as I wasn't able to measure them, all other cap/resistor values confirmed except C18 - It read 1.8nF but the meter was reading a bit high that day so I've assumed it's 1.5nF. There was no name on the FX86 schematic I used but thanks to whoever did it, big help.
I'm gonna breadboard it over the weekend, the omission of the mids control seems a bit odd, especially when there's a spare op-amp to use for the gyrator, I'm gonna add it on the breadboard and see how it works.
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