You own the following... GUITARS: 1994 Les Paul Standard; modified with a JB in the bridge, SH-1 '59 in the neck and push/pull pots on all four knobs with Jimmy Page wiring; strap locks 2000 MIM Fender Strat with rosewood fingerboard; modified with Kinman pickups, a refretted neck with medium-jumbo frets, locking tuners and strap locks 2003 MIM Fender Tele with maple fingerboard; modified with a Harmonic Design Super 90 single coil in the bridge, Lace Sensor Blue single coil in the neck and a five-way switch with the following functions: 1 = bridge only, 2 = out of phase, 3 = series (emulates humbucker wiring), 4 = parallel, 5 = neck 2003 ES-333 (the stripped down version of the 335); all stock 1996 Guild D4-NT acoustic with Fishman internal pickup installed AMPS (all tubes stock): Mesa/Boogie Single Rectifier head Mesa/Boogie DC-5 50-watt head Mesa 2x12 cab filled with Celestion Vintage 30s Vox AC-30 Top Boost Reissue combo Fender '65 Super Reverb Reissue combo PEDALS (listed in alphabetical order): Analog Man Bi-CompROSSor (compressor) Analog Man Clone Chorus (stereo chorus) Analog Man King of Tone, Ver. 4 (boost/overdrive/dist.) Analog Man NKT-275 Sun Face (fuzz box) Boss BD-2 Blues Driver with Analog Man "Super" mod Boss CS-2 Compression Sustainer (the older, better one) Boss DS-1 Distortion with John Spina mod Boss DS-1 Distortion (unmodified) Boss FV-60 (stereo volume pedal) Boss GE-7 Equalizer Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner BSM OR Treble Booster Crowther Hot Cake (overdrive) Demeter Tremulator TRM-1 (tremolo) DigiTech X-Series DigiVerb (digital reverb) DOD FX30-B Gate/Loop Dunlop Crybaby (wah - reissue) Dunlop Uni-Vibe (reissue) Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man (vintage) EMMA DiscumBOBulator (envelope filter) Geoffrey Teese RMC-3 (wah) Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer with Analog Man "808 Brown" mod Legendary Tones Time Machine Boost (dual-function treble and clean boost) Line 6 DL-4 Delay Modeler Loop Master three-loop box with tuner mute MXR Flanger (vintage 1981) MXR Phaser (reissue) Shannon Phaser Sweet Sound Mojo Vibe RACK UNITS: Alesis MidiVerb 4 (multi-effects processor - I have two of these) BBE 422A Sonic Maximizer Lexicon Vortex (multi-effects processor) OTHER: Scholz Rockman Soloist Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2 THD Hot Plate (16-ohm version) Ebtech Hum Eliminator (for running two amps in stereo) Monster Cables (from guitar to effects and from effects to amp) George L's cables (used to connect pedals to each other) Here are my questions: Do you make any modifications to any of the equipment? Do you toss or add any equipment? What's your signal path? In short, given what you've got, what do you do to achieve your ultimate rig? (I know, huge questions. Something to keep you busy during downtime.) - Keith P.S. Don't say "It depends on what kind of sound you're going after." I want to know what you would do with it if this were your rig. Now get crackin', guitar heroes!