#1
Dunlop 535Q Crybaby, Boss DD-6 Digital Delay, Electro Harmonix Big Muff USA, Digitech Whammy...

...are there any pedals I should add to this collection which you believe produce an essential effect or tone?
#2
What kinda music do you play? What kind of sounds are you trying to achieve?

Without being harsh, upgrading your amp and guitar will help a whole lot more than buying loads of pedals.
#4
+1. I'd get a general reverb mabye and call it quits on the pedals. If you get a new amp, and you choose a combo, and it has effects like most combos, you'll end up regretting some of those pedals...like I did. I sold all three of my distortoin boxes when I got a better amp then my 10 watt practice shite-box. (But your amp actually isn't that bad, I use one for recording)
#5
Yeah, upgrade your guitar and amp first. Maybe an overdirve would be good.
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#6
This may sound weird, but I throw an acoustic sim. on sometimes. You can really screw with your tone with one of those, and get some really funky sounds.
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