I've been watching a lot of effect videos lately and I've noticed that a lot of times, bassists use multiple effects like Octave and Auto Wah at the same time. The thought occurred to me that if this is the case, why not start making it easier on us players with combo pedals with multiple bypass switches? I bring this concept up because in my experience, coordinating my feet along with my playing has been difficult at times, especially more so when two pedals have to be switched on and off simultaneously. So in my example above, if I were an intrepid pedal designer, I would offer the option to house multiple pedals in one enclosure with the ability to turn both on and off independantly, but then add a thrid on/off that would turn both on or off simultaneously. It would do a lot to make my life easier. And yes, I realize digital multieffects can be programmed to do this. I am talking about analog offerings here only. I for one might actually really love an auto wah/octave combo pedal, whereas using both pedals now is problematic because of the lag in getting both on and off at the same time. Anybody agree with this idea? If so, what two pedal combos (or even three or four pedal combos) would you like to see? I started with the octave/auto wah choice. Maybe phase/distortion?