OK lets go back to your *bad monkey* and like gear for a bit and I'll try to explain why it so hard to get your head around it.
A Classic Example;
A tube screamer a fender vibroverb and an old Strat will get you halfway to a texas sound. **But note that most of the focus is on the pedal and guitar**,, not the Amp.
As most players are not technicians then High voltage Amplifiers look too scary to even try to understand let alone build.
The budding guitar teck will likely dabble in a few wiring mods and the pedals tend to get modded a lot because they are all low voltage battery jobs and with some light reading a few mods are not that hard.
By design this is how the novice will view the following;
The pedal gets stomped on for the lead break and even with just clean signal boost will send a well made Valve rig into more Overdrive,,,, So the focus is on the TONE MOJO of the pedal NOT the Amp.
Now the kids go down the street and buys a Signature SRV Strat
(which sound nothing like the originals) and forks out big bucks for a green box BUT then buys a SS amp.
Only to find it is now as harsh as hell and sounds nothing like the original sound/Tone.
Opps?? wot happened.
The Magic actually comes from the friggin Valve Amps from that era and they do not work the same as most SS rigs.
Generally speaking you will find that most SS amps have much more bandwidth that old Valve amps.
They also work in a different manner.
The last thing you want for blues is too much high frequency response
Valve Amps *of the era I'm speaking of* had lots of rattly triode distortion and when turned up full the power Valves themselves would then also compress and add even more sustain and crunch.
Now the moment you stand on a green box it sends even more distorting sustain through the system.
So in truth 90% of the mojo is due to the quirks of those old Amps,,, NOT the Darn PEDAL
Almost any TS9.99999 into a SS rig will likely sound friggin awful because the chain of events has been dramatically changed.
To get anywhere near the same effect using all SS rigs you have to redesign/rethink the whole chain of events.
Most SS rigs have little distortion in the poweramp section and often have a lot wider bandwidth and this is the number one reason why SS rigs get a bad name *Especially* when chasing the darker blues sounds.
The RSO circuit wipes a lot of high frequency which will go a long way to improve the sound when plugged into SS Amps that have wide bandwidth.
The result will then depend on the rest of the signal chain and how much it changes the freq response. Sadly I have never owns the Amp you mention so it may come out too dark or not dark enough, so it's a case of suck it and see.
Is a culmination of a whole chain of events (Tone shapes) and each section or stage of amplification needs to be worked out so as to enhance each other.
I hope that helps a bit.
Cheap tools and parts;
go trash every old bit of electronic junk you can lay your hands on as most of the parts you will need can be found on discarded pcbs inside the land fill junk.
I have draws full of junked pcbs from trash bins.
So go find that breadboard and get cracking building stuff.
And SORRY there is no fast way to good design you need to build some things first.
You can get lucky sometimes and find something that works perfect first time but more often than not it is a slow and steady process.
I just spent several months building a monster stand alone pedal that does all things (an Yes it's got a Triode inside) but now that it is built I can see that I've missed a few lurking issues
oh well back to the bench and bread board for a few modifications.
Have fun and you can save money long term. wink.