With all of those special effects pedals, do you even need to know how to play to make great sound.
Seriously, very nice setup. In just a few words, can you explain what each one does. Obviously, there's a WahWah peddle on the left (I think), but what do the others do?
Honestly, I'm just as happy plugging straight into a great amp, but the pedals are a necessity for most of the situations I play in (smaller rooms, diverse genres, etc.)
I'll just go through my signal path beginning at the bottom right: Sonic Research Analog Tuner (digital strobe, but analog functionality) > Barber Tone Press Compressor (smooths out the signal going into the pedals; can blend compressed signal with original signal for a more natural sounding compression) > Fulltone Fat Boost (pushes the front end of the amp a little harder and adds a slight amount of gain; fattens up the tone and makes the harmonic content sound a little more three dimensional > Boss Noise Suppressor (dirt pedals can get a bit noisy, so I have them in a send/return loop in the noise suppressor, which makes the whole board pretty much dead quiet) > Fulltone Catalyst (higher gain, slightly fuzzy overdrive) > Mad Professor Little Green Wonder (a very harmonically rich tube screamer-like low-to-mid-gain overdrive > Mad Professor Ruby Red Booster (I use this either to boost the gain of the Little Green Wonder for solos or on its own to add just a little "hair" to a clean signal -- it's awesome as a clean boost for playing blues) > Fulltone Supa-Trem (a classic tremolo circuit for a little texture, especially on americana tunes) > Analogman ARDX20 Dual Analog Delay (a completely analog delay pedal where you can switch between two delay speeds/settings -- I also have the add-on tap tempo box so I can just tap in the tempo with my foot on the fly) > Ernie Ball volume pedal (not a wah-wah