I have received a number of requests about what I am using these days for my guitar rig. For stage work, I use a PRS Custom 24 as the primary guitar and an American Fat Strat as the secondary guitar. I use a stock Fender 64 Deluxe Reissue as the primary tube amplifier and a modified Fender Hot Rod Deluxe as the backup tube amplifier. Although I rarely haul two amps these days. I do always have a few backup tubes in the gig bag.
For the past couple of years I have been using an SKB professional pedalboard case for my floor pedals. The case is hardshell, and it contains its own power supply for the pedals.
The pedals I am currently using include an Ernie Ball volume pedal, a Boss TU-2 tuner, a Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor, an Analog Man Juicer for compression, an Analog Man modified Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer, an Analog Man modified Boss DS-2, a Voodoo Labs Chorus and a Line 6 DL-4 Delay Modeler. All cables on the pedalboard and to the amp are George L. I use a Planet Waves cable from the guitars.
The Deluxe is typically in the lower part of its sweet spot. I use the TS-9 to overdrive the amp. In fact, one of the little secrets that I can share with you is that I always have the amp being driven by the overdrive pedal. I switch between clean and overdriven sounds simply by attack and by dialing up the volume on the guitar itself. Much better tone from the amp that way. If I need more cut then I will stomp on the distortion unit but I find that for stage I can easily keep control over the tone by my hands and by changing the volume on the guitar. A little distortion goes a long way. The juicer provides more sustain, if needed.
I always carry a Shure SM-57 with me as I usually have the rig close-miked and I prefer to have my own 57 on hand. I also carry a dedicated and filtered power supply, 3 sets of strings, a couple dozen medium picks, extra cables, batteries, and a small toolkit.
Oh. And strap locks on my guitar straps. Never play a guitar on stage without strap locks.