So I just scored an acoustic gig at my alma mater over homecoming this year. Its going to be solo acoustic, and I normally use harmonica to fill certain songs out. I'm pretty simple when it comes to acoustic, I play chords and sing, and I'm not really capable of flashier stuff. But I like to add interesting things to different songs. I've got myself an RC-2 and I've been learning to work it into certain songs to fill them out, and give me a little freedom to break away from constant strumming. I also have a vocal effects box I sometimes use sparingly to fill things up a bit. I was wondering if anyone has another other ideas or tactics for solo acoustic performances to spice it up and bring more to the table I've also been intrigued by those wooden/piezo-powered "stomp boxes" for rhythm bass, and even figured out a good way to use one. I've seem some affordable ones on the ebay as well. Anyone using those? I also have an M-Audio Black Box and I've thought about putting together a chimey sounding patch to blend with the acoustic for arpeggiated stuff.