Hey guys, I've always played live with modeling amps and used built-in digital effects for whatever I needed at the time. However, having moved to a Peavey Bandit with the front end pushed by a Fulltone OCD pedal, I think it's high time I start building a pedalboard proper. I'm doing a simple DIY here - essentially, an old cabinet shelf painted black with rubber feet, soon to have simple cabinet handles mounted on each side for easy lifting, and the pedals stuck down by velcro. Quick, dirty, but highly effective so far. I'm using a One Spot for power, and I've got space for five pedals. I know I will get a delay pedal (probably a cheap Donner Yellow Fall until I can get the dough up for a Digitech Obscura) and a tremolo pedal in the future. I've never liked phasers, and reverb is built into the amp, so neither of those concern me. However, whenever I play clean (and I play clean pretty often at church live), I almost always use just a touch of chorus to round out the sound - I keep it pretty subtle. But I also like the way flangers sound, especially when I kick on some OD, but it's not often I do. I want to keep things cheap and easy for now, so I'm kinda torn on whether or not to get a chorus or flanger. I'm really interested in the Joyo Classic Flanger, because it has four knobs and can be adjusted to increase the delay time and reduce the mix to kind of simulate chorus, but it's still not the same... Does anyone else use a four-knob flanger (such as a Boss flanger) for chorus sounds? If so, is it an acceptable substitute? Or should I just forgo the once-in-a-blue-moon 90's cheeseball flange effect and go straight for a more usable chorus?