Hey guys, I'm going to be getting two new pedals in the coming days: a Guyatone Slow Volume and a Way Huge Aqua Puss (analog delay). Previously, I've used the following chain: Bass -> EHX Tube EQ -> Boss LS-2 -> Amp LS-2 Loop: Guyatone TZ-2 Fuzz -> Morley Volume Pedal -> Boss DD-6 Delay I've used it to cop a synthy/pseudo strings sound and I think it sounded pretty good if a bit of a ghetto solution to what I wanted to do. The manual volume swells sounded great and I like the control, but it was a little too involved, and distracted from my playing if I ever wanted to use it in an actual song. My solution will be the following: Bass -> EHX Tube EQ -> Boss LS-2 -> * -> Amp LS-2 Loop: Guyatone TZ-2 Fuzz -> Guyatone SV-2 Slow Volume -> * Now, the trick here is the additional volume. I can see it happening a few ways. I could use the Way Huge Aqua Puss in the same way as before, to carry the signal from the effect loop parallel to my clean signal, with little to no blend. I could also use the delay after the loop with a bit of blend so I could delay the entire signal. Finally, I could have the delay in a seperate chain in the "B" channel of the Boss LS-2, which I usually keep empty to have a clean tone, and use the Way Huge's blend function. What do you think is the best solution for a versatile soundscape? Has anyone here incorporated the Slow Gear/Volume swell effect into their rig? Am I missing any cool effects to make this any more over the top? I'm probably going to be hunting for the (EHX) Holy Grail soon to place before the delay just for some extra craziness. Thanks in advance, and sorry for the long post!