Like many of us, I've gone thru thousands of dollars (or whatever your local equivalent is) in pedals over the years.Yes, there have been regrets... Some "regrets" were later revealed to not be such, after I had repurchased them and gave them another try. But all this having been said, one thing I rarely ever seem to regret - and in fact, most of the pedals that have stayed on my board for the longest period of time - are utility pedals. Things like compressors, EQs, LPFs, HPFs, cab sims, splitters and the like... These underrated boxes can make or break a rig, and they don't get nearly as much love as they should, if you ask me! My board contains an LS-2, a compressor (OptiFet which is sometimes swapped out for a FloorQ), a cab sim (OSCM), a tuner (TU-2), and an HPF (Broughton Always-On), and a Rolls PM350. I used to have an EQ (Whirlwind Bass10) but I've ditched it in favor of having an onboard EQ installed in all my basses. So I ask you, my friends: What are the utility pedals that you keep on your boards? What are the ones you love the most?