Moog Slim Phatty, Boss Octave pedal (either OC-2 or OC-3), TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer, Moog Lowpass Filter, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Boss DD-5 Digital Delay, Avalon U5 for DI output, Eden Traveler 400-watt head (sounds much better than 800-watt versions in my opinion), 1×15 Ampeg cabinet, 4×10 Gallien-Krueger cabinet.more
"I noticed you have an FS-5U Foot Switch with your DD-7 for tapping in the delay time. Do you tap in the rate at different tempos? Yeah, all night long. I have some analog delays, too—which I use because they have a cool sound to them—and I put them before the DD-7. Then, I use the DD-7 to tap the analog delays. Because the DD-7 goes last, it sets the tempo of the other delays. Even if they’re out of tempo, the DD-7 will loop them at the appropriate tempo."more
This is the no-compromise go-to pedal for a non-latching footswitch. Built like a tank, it will most likely outlive you and your band members, even if you all go to war. With a side switch to toggle between "normally open" and "normally closed" states, this pedal covers every use you can imagine.
Right now, I use this as a tap tempo for my Boss AW-3 Auto Wah. I've used it for lots of other things in the past. It's solid and, if you need more than one, you can lock them together with a mechanism that's part of the case design.