I've got a little over $100 set aside for a delay pedal. I am willing to spend more, but I'd rather get a fairly cheap one that also (if that's even possible =P) has a nice sound. A lot of people have been swearing by Digitech, but those seem a little expensive, considering my use of it wouldn't be to excess...

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
not to be a dick, but search bar. there are quite a few threads about delay pedals floating around, and most of them have a lot of good information about the pros and cons of a bunch of different pedals, so i'd start there.
Used Ibanez AD-9. Cheaper then a 100 bucks. Trumps all others in the price range.
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If you can find a used DL4 somewhere, that would probably be your best bet even though a used one will still be a bit out of your budget.
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if you want a cheap, basic delay then the best option is probably, nay, certainly, a used ibanez de-7.
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not really. the reviews on this site arent all that great honestly. if you want online reviews, harmony central is probably the best place.

as for delay pedals under $100, not much comes to mind new other than an ibanez de7 or a digitech digidelay. used, you could pick up an ibanez ad-9 probably. new the ad-9 is similarly priced to the new mxr carbon copy. the boss dd-3 is just over $100 and is pretty decent as well, though id much prefer the ad-9 (love mine) or carbon copy (just from hear-say).
The Boss DD-3 is a good pedal. The other guitarist in my band has the DD-6 and they're nearly identical.


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