Been on a pedal-purchasing rampage the past couple of weeks, got some cool stuff used. First off, what's more retro than good ol' Pogs? Got a sweet deal on this from fellow forumgoer @Screamingdaisy and I'm loving it. I'm purely using this as an octave-up box, making a "guitar" duplicate of my 5-string. Tracking is phenomenal all the way down to low B and it sounds fantastic. Up next, a nice green box: A Screamer by any other name. Got this in great shape from my local L&M for a solid price. Sounds exactly how a Screamer should. I'm using this as the main overdrive for my octave-up tone, as well as with my guitar. 10/10. Last but not least, the coolest pedal I got... A COOL Switch Pro! It's really just a cheap ABY but it's got the best name ever. I haven't had a chance to really use it yet as my HD500 is handling the splitting (as well as another effect or two) so I can't quite speak to its quality but it feels solid! Here's the pedalboard in its (current) entirety: Signal path is Bass - ED1 - HD500 Wah, then it splits into "guitar": Volume/Killswitch - POG - OD9 - NS2 - Amp; and bass: Volume/Killswitch - OD3 (in the HD500's FX loop) - suboctave - fuzz (to be replaced soon) - Amp.