1 Jimbodiddley 1 month ago I tend to keep my pedal board to the classic effects:Wah (Dunlop Cry Baby mini) OD (Boss Blues Driver) Fuzz (currently a Big Muff) Tremolo (Boss TR-2) Delay (Carbon Copy) Reverb (EHX Oceans 11)In addition, I have a Boss tuner, a Boss looper currently not in the chain, and a Strymon Iridium (for silent playing and recording).Like I said, pretty much the classic effects for rock, blues, soul, country, etc. I also recently added a Truetone Route 66 OD-Compression pedal, which is cool. The OD, though described as TS-like, is quite similar to the Blues Driver, I find, and it has a blend knob so it's more versatile, imo. So now I use the BD mostly as a booster.I want to try to keep the pedal board compact-ish, but I've been thinking it might be nice to add one multi-effects pedal to provide some of the more, imo, "esoteric" effects for when I'm in the mood to get a little wacky - rotary speaker, phaser, phlanger, univibe, octave, etc. And that's when I discovered this pedal, which just might fit the bill. The Keeley Monterey. Essentially, it's Hendrix in a box. Sounds like a decent, responsive fuzz (which I think I prefer to the Muff type), plus phaser, univibe, wah/auto-wah and octave.I could replace my mini wah and Big Muff with this one pedal (plus an "outboard" expression pedal), freeing up an extra space/power outlet, PLUS add some of the effects I'd like to add so I could tap into them when I wanted to.Another option is this, which of course is essentially David Gilmour in a box. Different fuzz type, but very versatile as well. But for my purposes, I think the Monterey might be the better choice.Only concern is about how these kind of all-in-one work stations might mess up my preferred signal chain, or at least provide less flexibility on pedal order, although both allow switching the order of the fuzz to before or after the other effects.I'm dying to try these out now that stores are opening up again here. Anyone have experience with either of these Keeley pedals?