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It's rather obvious, but anyway sayin': whatever device produces the reverb, it will do so as an electronic signal, not as sound right away! So you foremostly need a PA to make this audible in a large hall. With such a somewhat large-scale PA, there comes a console that nowadays almost always has a DSP unit built in (or a proper 19" reverb unit). Using a PA, ...
If you want to add reverb to your signal, then you need a reverb unit. There are two ways to approach this. You can use a standalone reverb unit, or you could use a plugin running on a computer (as well as an audio interface to get audio in and out of the computer). The computer gives you more flexibility, but it also gives you more latency (that is, ...
If you want high quality, then don't use a digital audio recorder as your microphone. Get a good condenser mic, a sound hole mic or a mic you can mount in the sound chamber of the guitar itself and then if you need more reverb you can use a traditional effects unit or effects petal depending on if you are using a powered mic or not.
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