I've simplified a bit... I had been running 6 pedals on a PT Mini, but even that was feeling too spread out and distracting to me. I'm not doing anything crazy guitar-wise, and I definitely consider myself a vocalist first and guitarist second, so I started reevaluating what I really needed to be effective. I've also been loving the size and portability of the PT Nano I've got out on the road for my bass rig, so I decided to build from there, and I'm really happy with what I came up with. This setup is stripped down, but still very versatile for what I need. Don't see anything changing anytime soon, although I'll admit I'm already eyeballing a couple of two channel drive pedals with small footprints.
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I keep my rig as efficient and small as possible. I've been a Line6 fan for years. I currently use a Line6 POD X3 Live direct to the FOH board. Sometimes I run in stereo, but usually just mono. I keep the eq on the FOH board flat and do all the tweaking in the pedal. I have an expression pedal hooked up to the X3 and use it for delay level. I use in-ear monitors to hear everything. I do some pretty deep editing on the programs. Hope this helps....