Greyhound comb. This is fine/medium. After brushing the coat in layers, I comb through to be sure I did not miss any tangles.
Slicker brush. On a coated dog, I only use this on the feet and underarms. My favorite slicker brush is the small one by Chris Christensen (not the one pictured). Otherwise get a very soft slicker and not a rounded one. On a dog with a puppy cut, you can use this on the body.
Rat tail combs. These are used for making the part down the back and separating hair to do top knots as well as teasing and puffing top knots. The first one has two different lengths of teeth for teasing. You can pick these up at Sally's Beauty Supply very cheaply.
Pin brushes. These are both #1 All Systems. The first is the oblong wooden one. The second is the I'm #1 27 mm pins with white soft pad. I've ordered yet another new pin brush to try (Chris Christensen gold series) and will let ya'll know what I think. The white pad one is the one I use all of the time. Never use a pin brush with balls on the ends. I like this one because it has some "give" to it so is more gentle on the coat.
This is a flea comb. I use it to get goobers off of the face. Be careful not to pull out hair with it.