Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus Pro Â£290 (or Harley Benton L450 Plus VB in Honey Burst Â£121 - love mine!) If more on the guitar budget then an Epiphone Prophecy GX Â£367 (and it has a hard case included in the price)
Roland Cube 80XL Â£245 or GX Â£303, or Fender Mustang lll v2 Â£255, or ideally Fender Mustang lV v2 Â£370 (Fuse is brilliant and with the Fenders you can programme a completely clean channel so you can use your effects pedal as it was intended, and they come with Ableton Light). I bought a secondhand Cube 60D as a 'spare' the other week for Â£100, it sounds really good.
Effects: Can't see the need for two pedals, so I'd go for one do-it-all unit, a Zoom G3X, 'cos I've got one and it sounds good, it's tough, it runs on batteries or USB as well as mains power, loads of amp models, more than 100 effects pedal emulations, 40 second looper, good acoustic guitar emulator, and expression pedal. Comes with Steinberg Sequel 3. Only drawback is no direct access options or bypass (at least if it has these I haven't found them yet!) Bargain at Â£143
Or Vox Tonelab EX Â£216. The real McCoy effects processors are loads more expensive.
If you have to have two pedals then I would add something like a Morley or Dunlop volume/wah unit, around Â£100. But the zoom does a reasonable wah so my Morley is in the cupboard.
So my ideal list would be:
Epiphone Prophecy GX Â£367
Fender Mustang lV v2 Â£370
Zoom G3X Â£143
Total Â£880, leaving Â£120 for sundry leads, guitar strap and a really good night down the pub. Or a Harley Benton L450 VB, almost.
So all I've got to do is save up for the Mustang lV and I'll be there. That'll take ages, and I have got a wish list of other stuff as long as your arm already ahead of it