Good news and bad news:
The good news is that after wiring the star ground and fixing a few solder joints that had caused a little trouble, the amp is "complete" and plays music with basically no background noise/hum when no music is playing.
The bad news is that it sounds pretty awful with terrible distortion in the mids/bass. Incredibly muddy and "buzzing bass" when it touches anything above the high-mids.
I'm only testing with a cheap $5 pair of generic brand headphones but they sound a lot better than this when plugged into something else.
I'll try swapping different 6N6P tubes as I have a few, but only 1 pair of 6922 (brand new ElectroHarmonix E88CC).
Aside from that, the only things I can think of is the signal caps.
The coupling caps are Russian Teflon TF-1 0.22uF/400V which should be pretty awesome since I've used them before, but the output caps are a new experiment with Rubycon 1A2304A 410uF/300SV "PhotoFlash" caps bypassed by 1uF/400V Solen.
EDIT: Having done some more research on the Rubycon Photoflash caps, they're used often in the Bijou with good results, so I'm having a hard time figuring out what could make my amp so "muddy"!
Edited by FallenAngel - 1/11/14 at 6:33pm