#2
You got a modelling amp. Pedals will not work too good with a modelling amp :-/
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#4
Dunlop/Cry Baby makes a Hendrix Signature Wah pedal. As for delay and chorus, there are quite a few to choose from. Look at the Boss and DigiTech. The boutique pedals out there sound a lot better, but they'll definitely bust your budget.
#5
Danelectro Cool Cat tremolo. Amazing little pedal, especially for the price.
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You mind getting your hands greasy?

If you want to try out some soldering, you could just buy a standard Crybaby. If you the sound of the crybaby doesn't quite do it for you, there are mods that supposedly improve the pedal. I've heard a few comparisons, and personally, if I had a Crybaby I would mod it within seconds.

For delay, the new Electro Harmonix Memory Boy and Memory Toy might interest you? Pretty cheap analogue delays. I'm gonna go for one of them pretty soon myself. If you'd rather longer delay times and a more hifi sound quality, then go for a digital delay pedal, but the repeats won't sound as warm as something like the Memory Boy/Toy/Man or MXR Carbon Copy, which is also analogue.

Reverb pedals are pretty expensive, and will probably not fit within your budget with the rest of the pedals. A couple which people rave about are the Malekko Spring Chicken (very hard to get over here in England unfortunately), and the T-Rex Tonebug Reverb. A lot of people recommend the Electro Harmonix Holy Grail too, but I'm not so certain about that one.
#7
Reverb: Good reverbs are expensive, like T-rex Room Mate.
Delay: Depends on you needs. Do you want digital (more features and longer delay) or analog (slightly better sound but less delay time and features)
Chorus: EHX Small Clone
Wah: Vox wah
Tremolo: Danelectro Cool Cat Tremolo
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Reverb: Good reverbs are expensive, like T-rex Room Mate.
Delay: Depends on you needs. Do you want digital (more features and longer delay) or analog (slightly better sound but less delay time and features)
Chorus: EHX Small Clone
Wah: Vox wah
Tremolo: Danelectro Cool Cat Tremolo


I agree with everything except the Small Clone. Do you mean the version with the larger enclosure, or the nano version? I'm not sure if there's a difference, but my friend has the nano version and it does sound a bit artificial. There's also a significant volume drop when you turn it on. It's pretty good for the price though.
#10
i like the tonerider chorus. Their other pedals have a similar reputation, they've just released an analogue delay (but doesn't seem to be available here yet). i wouldn't skimp too much on the pedals, either- once you have a nice tube amp you're likely (a) to use pedals less and (b) use them even less again if they mess with your tone (whether on or off). you'd be better with 2 or 3 pedals which sound good and natural than 6 which mess with your tone so much that you never use them.

That being said, those new cool cats would be worth a look too, though I haven't tried them yet.
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in fact it is, but you'll want a foot controller to go with it
#14
No. For most rackmounts you're going to need/want a MIDI controller.
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