I've been using my setup here for about a year and I'm starting to wonder if there is a "better" way to chain my pedals. I'm wondering if anyone would do anything different. (And no, I'm not tossing any effects). I have my Boss TU-2 tuner first. No brainer. Next up I have my Boss LMB-3 Limiter set to keep any peaks under control for slap bass. This is right before a BOSS GEB-7 Bass Equalizer, also set for a nice slap EQ. I use these two pedals together. Never one without the other and ONLY for slap. Following this is my Boss ODB-3 Bass Overdrive. I only use it sporadically for a power trio I play in, but it is set for a kind of blended gritty/fuzzy tone like the bass player from the Wombats. I use this pedal by itself (not in conjunction with anything). After this pedal I have another Boss GEB-7 Bass Equalizer that I have EQed to simulate the sound of my bass amp. This pedal is NEVER used through my amp. I only use this when recording directly into a recording setup or if I am leaving my amp at home and playing only through the FOH. When this pedal is in use then it is always on and is, to me mentally, the equivalent of the tonal quality of turning on my amp and playing through it. Last is a Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor. I use it in mute switch mode (with the suppressor always on). The settings are used very lightly to block any humming from the OverDrive pedal or for when I don't have the volume knobs on my Jazz bass turned all the way up. Fairly simple, but again, would anyone run anything differently? Disclaimer: I didn't always have only Boss pedals... so don't judge!