I haven't been around much lately - this thread will give me a great opportunity to be as annoying as ever. Getting my pedalboards back in order is one of the tasks on my New Year's to-do list!
The main board for my home studio is based around a Carl Martin Octaswitch. Newer loop switchers have a lot more features but it still gives me a lot of options. Power is Voodoo Lab PP2+ and ISO-5.
Here's how I'll be wiring it up.
Pre Octaswitch (since this version has no tuner output) - a new Peterson Strobostomp HD is arriving on Wednesday to replace my trusty old blue tuner
Loop 1 - Boss OC-2 Octave, Lovepedal Rubber Chicken, Keeley-mod Ibanez AD-9
Loop 2 - ZVez Wah Probe (off-board)
Loop 3 - space, power, and connections set aside for two OD/fuzz/distortion pedals so I can swap them in and out. No permanent resident in this slot.
Loop 4 - Keeley Compresssor Pro, MXR 10-band EQ (the Blinder!!!)
Loop 5 - Boss volume pedal (off-board)
Loop 6 - space, power, and connections set aside for one modulation pedal. No permanent resident in this slot.
Loop 7 - TC Nova Delay
Loop 8 - TC Nova Reverb
Post-Octaswitch - TC Ditto looper and JHS Colour Box
Other options for this board include using a THD Univalve head as a tube distortion box in Loop 3, and using my rack delays and reverbs in Loops 7 and 8.
I also have the Home Depot special. It's half-inch thick plywood (32" x 11.25") covered with Velcro. It's got two drawer handles to make it easy to pick up, and a bunch of felt pads on the bottom. (They're likely to be replaced by rubber feet.) I use this board for bass, or for jamming with friends, or for general weirdness. Power from a Voodoo Lab PP2+.
Here are all the pedals that are not already attached to something...
And finally, a crap-ton of old George L cable and ends to wire it all up. I have another 20 or so completed cables I can cannibalize if this pile isn't enough.
That's my big pile of overkill. Hell, I'm state-of-the-art if it was 2003!!!