I have myself a decision, so I turn to the Talkbass community for some opinion, influence and inspiration ... Background: I play in an original band. Our sound is a mix of classic rock ('70s influence), hard rock and alt rock; with a dash of southern rock (IMO). The line-up: myself on bass, lead guitarist, rhythm guitarist (does the occasional percussion and harp as well), and the drummer. Myself and the two guitarists share vocal duties. My current effects line-up is: Wren & Cuff Phat Phuk B (Which is on it's way to me) TC Electronic Corona Chorus Darkglass Microtubes B3K (USA version) (and tuner of course, Korg Pitchblack) I am using the effects in what could (modestly) be considered a "signature-style", as I want to have a defined playing style and set of tones/sounds. I use the B3K in electric/dirty tunes when the guitarist takes his solos. The Chorus, I use in clean/acoustic tunes/parts and on breakdowns when I want the bass to stand out w/o overdrive. The Phat Phuk, I plan on using for an extra kick on some specific parts, and possibly during solos in clean/acoustic songs. I want to add one more pedal to the mix, something that can be fun, add some dimension. I am between two pedals: Subdecay Baby Quasar (phaser) 3Leaf Audio Proton (Envelope Filter) So, if you were me which would you go with? 1, 2 or something entirely different? Please tell me the "something different", also I'd be curious what alternate phaser or envelope filter you would go with. Why's are also very welcome. Thanks all for your input, it is appreciated.