Hi folks... A friend and sometime bandmate has asked me to put together a small pedalboard for him. I know what I like for my own style of playing, but he's very different and doesn't really know what to get. He plays a Telecaster Thinline, a Taylor acoustic with pickup, and a Taylor T5-Z that has both an acoustic style pickup and two hum buckers for a more electric sound. He plays rhythm guitar only, in a classic rock cover band (nothing too heavy, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, Dead...) and in a more acoustically oriented duo. He plays pretty much only full chords (both "cowboy" and barre), but no fills or double stops. He stays in his zone... his strumming is not too heavy nor too light. He's looking to "fatten" his sound or make it fuller. He has a variety of amps, including a Fishman and a boutique job (I forget the name) that's more or less a blackface Deluxe Reverb. Also a blackface Vibro Champ he uses a lot. He has a Joe Walsh Double Classic (which is an overdrive and compressor in one unit with separate controls). He doesn't have to keep it as part of his board, but it seems like it might be a good fit for his needs. He needs a tuner with a big display (we're old!). I can probably find a suitable one but recommendations are welcome. I'm thinking his board should include a tuner, the Joe Walsh OD/Compressor, and a good acoustic guitar preamp (Baggs, or one of the ones that gets good reviews - again, recommendations welcome!). What else? Maybe a delay pedal? Maybe a flanger or chorus? I think five pedals max including the tuner is enough. Your detailed thoughts are most welcome, as well as recommendations for the board itself (must have a case and be easily portable), and also the order of effects. Thanks!