I’m in a rock band now that writes originals and plays both original and cover gigs. I’ve been in cover bands for years, and have always found my basic palette of clean tones to be adequate. The originals we now play range from melodic pop/rock to heavier riff rock, and have inspired me to add some overdrive and chorus options. For reference, you can hear some of our tunes here: www.garageband.com/artist/dannyisaacsband I’d like to build a small pedal board to add those tone options, allow silent tuning, and include a D/I for the house. A “toolkit”, I guess. I’d like to keep the board small and simple. Any thoughts about what pieces you’d use to build a board like this? The overdrive that I’d be looking for would be pretty mild to medium – just some nice grind/grit to add some attitude to the vibe. Nothing too fuzzy or synthy. And I’d like to keep my current rack tuner, rather than use one on the pedal board. My own ideas are to use a two-loop bypass switcher for the silent tuning and for bypassing the effects, one nice overdrive pedal, one nice chorus pedal, and maybe the SABDDI for the D/I, as well as for a second overdrive source. Any other thoughts to consider as I cruise the EvilBay listings?