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Sioux Guitars Announces Updated Dakota County Delay

Sioux Guitars Announces Updated Dakota County Delay

One of the new features is separate wet/dry outputs for rigs with multiple amps.

Sioux City, IA (February 6, 2018) -- Sioux Guitars today announced a new version of their best-selling Dakota County Delay pedal. Along with the current “blended out”, Sioux Guitars has added both a “wet out” and a “dry out” to this product. In our r&d and testing we’ve found no phasing issues with running various amps at the same time with two or all three outs being used.

Although consumers have loved the Dakota County delay all along, this addition of both a “wet out” and a “dry out” will allow guitarists to amp up the choices they have when using this pedal to mix effects and amps. This three-outlet pedal gives you analog echoes with the options of running a cleaner wet amp and a dirtier dry amp, or put a fuzz or flanger on the dry out. One huge option would be for a player, in a two piece band, to run the dry to and octave down and a bass amp while running the blended to a guitar amp.

Sioux Guitars head honcho Ryan Meyers says “we’re excited to be on the cutting edge with this upgraded analog delay pedal. This pedal will significantly enhance the options our players, both professional running a wet/dry amp setup, and beginner only needing the blended out, have when using this effects pedal.” Sylvain Sylvain, guitarist of the New York Dolls, says “I love it,” while Javier Escovedo of the Zeros has shot a couple of demo videos. Bob Balch of Fu Manchu loves the pedal and will be doing a featured video of it on his website, and on his YouTube channel very soon.

The Dakota County delay MAP’s for $140 and is available on the website, locally in Sioux City at the Sioux Guitars showroom, or at any of their retail dealers across the country.

Sioux Guitars offers a wide selection of guitars, amps, and effects pedals to make every player better.

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