Not as fancy as you guys, but I make up for it in volume.
Up top is a Fender '62 mahogany top concert body reissue (signiture series... so it has ugly fret markers but it sounds awesome) effected acoustic.
Far left is a Warmoth Strat-like body and neck SSH with the bridge single pickup reverse angled. The bridge and middle pickups are Seymour Duncan 1950 set and the neck humbucker is a SH-14 Custom 5 that they wound for me (I live half an hour away from his shop).
Middle is a Epi LP that I found at a pawn shop near San Diego that I picked up for a song. Not the greatest sounding LP but it's nice.
Far right is a china knock off black market fake as heck Strat that I gutted and put new pickups in... it's a sleeper. The middle reverse wound pickup was replaced with a Seymour Duncan and then put in the bridge position.
Feeding right to left,
WH-4 Digitech's Whammy
Rogue Blues Distortion
Boss DS-1 I cracked open and Keeley modded. Sounds 8,000% better.
Digitech Scott Ian Black 13... OK, I only bought this because when I was in middle school I was a pretty big Anthrax fan BUT, it's a darn good pedal for sizzlin' metal
Boss DD-3 Delay I like it better than the DD-7 and I'm always looking for more delay pedals but so far I haven't heard one that could compete with the DD-3
Ibanez CF-7 Chorus/Flanger thought I should add some shimmer shimmy shake to the pedal board so on a whim I bought it. My brother in law comes over and plays U-2 songs on it until I ask him to leave.
Digitech Bad Monkey Overdrive takes me to 11
Marshall Blues Breaker II for when I want to push my little amp instead of effect my guitar.
Top is a little amp I built because I didn't like the way my acoustic/electric sounded on my Fender.
Middle is my Fender 15R. That's my main amp, it doesn't get too loud or break up on its own but I've never been in a [serious] band and for jamming with buddies it's just fine.
Bottom is a 9v Honeytone. Sweet little thing to plug headphones into and jam out by yourself. It's got a lot of sweet tones, it's almost like a pedal that you can plug headphones into.