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Compressor, Drive Chorus and Echo are the only pedals I use much. I have many versions of each on the board and a dual effects loop pedal I built.
Lately I been using a matching set of Marshall Edwards, Governor, Chorus pedal's into my Rolland space echo.
I usually use an Alesis Midiverb for echo though. The Rolland sounds cool but changing tapes gets old. I can take a stereo output from the Chorus, keep it stereo through the Alesis then run two amps for a big wide sound.
I may be switching it up soon though. I may split one of my guitars pickups for the Rick O Sound thing and run stereo all the way through to the amps.
I'd only do this with one guitar because wiring up all 30 wouldn't be a fun option. I do have some backup pairs of pedals like TS9 and Comps. I could have several pedals identical for each pickup then dial up more gain for one pickup and less for another.
Then I can add in some different pedals on each. I'll probably use the dual channel loop so I don't have to dance a jig turning pairs of pedals on and off. I do want to try it for recording too and see if it has any beneficial results recording in stereo like that. .