no honeymoon or hype pedals here. I'm talking the pedals you've grown to love and find indispensable for one year or more. with the capricious nature of TGP, i think it would be interesting to hear from members what pedals they consider true classics. BOSS VB-2: inimitable, true vibrato. no excessive noise, rock solid, and totally unique. nothing comes close. i've used them off-and-on for over 5 years. MXR script Dyna Comp: the greatest boost pedal i've ever played. it gives you more of what you have, just a bit fatter and tightened up (what the klon was supposed to do. . .). the fact it's a great compressor is just icing on the cake. used them for over 5 years. Menatone top boost in a can: my oldest pedal (since 2002, 10 years!). this pedal nails the vox thing from the clean jangle to the complex, chiming gain. tons of output for great boosting, a super powerful and unique EQ section, etc. hit it with a great boost and you get singing Brian May (just like a real VOX) truly my classic overdrive. BOSS TU-2/3: my favorite tuner. no frills, unbreakable and always dependable. the TU-3 is the pedal that does its job so well you forget it's even down there. killer buffer too. used for about 10 years. Ibanez (maxon) AD80 (original 80's): the best delay i've ever played. the repeats have a muscle to them that no other delay has. plus, it ever so slightly boosts your signal when engaged which was really helpful live. used over 5 years, though i don't have one right now well, those are, IMO, the greatest pedals ever made.