I'm looking to recharge my creative batteries, as it were, and I want to put together a pedalboard with some inexpensive, yet decent quality effects that I can use that will be inspiring and let me create some different sounds. Probably more time based or modulation based effects, but a cool different rock distortion to get me away from my beloved DS-1 Distortion would be nice too. I noodle around playing alot of classic rock songs (Kiss, Cooper, Priest, etc.), but don't play in a band or anything. I've played casually for 15-20 years, and over the past few years I've gotten more into assembling guitars, setting them up, finishing them, etc. than playing. Most of my guitars have weird homemade finishes on them and are very broken in and junkyard looking. Joe Strummer meets Sonic Youth looking finishes Anyway, what are some good quality effects to pick up used that might be interesting for creating new sounds? I admire Tom Morello for being able to get a variety of atypical guitar sounds out of a simple rig. Here's what I have for my limited setup: guitars: 4 teles, 3 with humbuckers at the bridge, only 1 "regular" tele amp: tweed '59 Bassman reissue effects: Boss DS-1 Distortion (my #1 "go to" pedal) Boss SD-1 Super Overdrive (never use it at lower volumes) MXR 6-Band EQ DOD YJM308 overdrive I'm thinking stuff like a DD-3 digital delay, maybe some sort of flanger or phaser (Phase 90 or Phase 45?), maybe a simple chorus like an MXR Micro Chorus. For new dirt, maybe something from Catalinbread or Menatone, or possibly Basic Audio. What other stuff should I be looking at for a "re-inspiration" pedalboard? My total budget is about $375.