Did you plug the trannies into the sockets ?
This seems to be a silly question but many of us spent time debugging while the active parts were not in the circuit...
Otherwise check for component misplacing, solder bridge, bat trace cut...
This is not the right way to do.
You have to use the schematic, not the layout.
You plug your guitar into the probe and start from the end of the schematic. At the output it's like if you bypass the pedal so you will have the sound of your guitar straight to the amp.
Then you move your probe following the schematic from the end to the input.
When you loose the signal or hear something weird, you know where your problem is and try to figure out what's wrong at this location on your build
No, I didn't even build it, but it should be similar to this one, at least it's the same architecture https://postimg.org/image/bb807av67/ With this schematic and the layout (and some thinking) you should be able to probe it.
Debugging is not the funniest part but is certainly where you learn the most
It's hard to tell without the board.
You have located the issue (at least one of them, they could be multiple)
Check below the board for bad trace cut, solder bridge
Check for component misplacement, wrong value.
You could also do the opposit, plug the probe to the amp and start probing from the circuit input towards the output to see if everything is ok until Q5
I got to Q5 the other way around, and everything was ok.
I will replace all capacitors around it and then all resistors cause i feel there is a problem with the grounding of Q5's source.
thanks for all the help
hope this time i make it... or else it is time to dispose it :(