Thanks for the comments!
I had an idea... I have 2 Ge NPN's, one with a true gain of around 40, leakage about 51uA, and another that works in Q2, but it only has a true gain of around 10 with a leakage in the (70's? measured last night and forgot). I was contemplating trying out a Sziklai pair with a PNP, and hadn't tried it yet. Well, I guess I know what I'm trying out tonight. It would be neat to make all Ge, although I doubt that anything with a high enough gain in Q1 will sound any different. Q2 is where the sound is at.Steve @ Smallbear has an excellent article on doing JUST this thing!
I came across it while browsing the NPN Ge's on his site, so I figured I'd post it here. Might give others who are staring at a pile of low-gainer Ge's some new ideas.
I'll mess around with it and post my results. Also gonna see if I can get a Q2=PNP version going, since not everyone has an odd NPN Ge sitting around.
Also, one thing to note: the 10k to the "Phase" pot should actually be a 12k. I had designed with 12k, and tried out a 10k last night. 10k works just fine, so I don't see any reason to update the schem.