You can try using whatever capacitors you have on hand, but ceramic and MLCC types are best.
Here's a technical document on IC power noise decoupling.
The main points they make are:
* A large electrolytic capacitor (typically 10 μF – 100 μF) no more than 2 in. away from the chip. The purpose of this capacitor is to be a reservoir of charge to supply the instantaneous charge requirements of the circuits locally so the charge need not come through the inductance of the power trace.
* A smaller cap (typ. 0.01 μF – 0.1 μF) as physically close to the power pins of the chip as is possible. The purpose of this capacitor is to short the high frequency noise away from the chip.
As I mentioned above, there may be interactions ("crosstalk") going on within the TL074 itself since all four of the op amps are connected to the same power bus. Here's another technical document on that:
Again, the remedy is to place a ceramic cap to ground near the power pin.
I don't know if this will solve the squealing issue, or if it's better to redo the layout with TL072s. It just odd that the G4 works and this one doesn't, as they're both high-gain pedals.