What’s the best delay pedal for steel guitar?

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Hi,

What is the best delay pedal for pedal steel guitar? I just started playing pedal and am interested in getting a delay pedal for it.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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Chino

Most E9th Tuning players use the Boss delay pedal, DD-6 or the less fancy DD-3. Same applies to the reverb, (Boss RV-3) although most amps these days already include that.

If you are beginning and don’t care to spend a lot of money, any old pedal will do. I use a Zoom G2 that takes care of Delay, reverb, modulation, and the rare use of some other types of effects.

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