The combined tube/solid state B-17 design is progressing and here is the schematic of the updated and much simplified version:
Note that the design no longer includes a complete solid state power amp, the voltage gain is handled by the 12AX7 tube and the solid state circuit is simply an emitter follower and a unity gain output stage. The tone controls have been moved between the two triodes and this means that only a single 12AX7 tube is required. This is also the reason that no midrange control is added, to do this right would require another tube stage.
The solid-state portion has been modified for single-ended supply operation for simplicity.
This design does not currently have a provision for a global feedback loop so the distortion figures would be closer to a vintage amplifier than a modern solid state design.
This is still a very preliminary design but you can see how the concept is progressing.
More to come!