It is a bit late, but I've been too busy with my New Gear!
First, I'll start of with christmas. -Behringer Vintage Time Machine VM-1 I like this pedal a lot, It'g got Delay, Chorus, Vibrato, Echo, and you can also create reverb-like sounds with it. It can also be used as a boost, with its Level Control. It is mainly a Delay pedal, but has Chorus and Vibrato added. I would like to buy a dedicated Chorus pedal, because the built-in Chorus isn't the best.
-Jim Dunlop Crybaby 535Q Multi-Wah Possibly the best pedal I've owned! It is so fun to play with. I can get sounds pretty damn close to Hendrix's famed Wah sound.
That is it for christmas, now, this is the Christmas money being spent here!
-Boss SD-2 Dual Overdrive I love this pedal. I would honestly have sex with it if It was ever possible. It can create such a creamy Crunch Lead sound, and with my Vintage Time Machine acting as a boost, It can produce some very Heavy Metal Distortion. This is also added up with my 1977 Ampeg VT-40s tubes being pushed hard.
There are 2 seperate Overdrive Circuits, so when switching to the "Crunch Lead" There is no need for switching the settings. It has the Outer ring as the "Crunch Lead", and the Shaft is for "Crunch" settings. I just love this pedal too much, for my own good.
That's it. I plan on buying a Dime Distortion for 70 bucks at a local pawn shop, using my report card money in three weeks. Will most likely write a review for it, along with the Vintage Time Machine, and Boss Dual Overdrive.