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Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Delay Pedal  

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The Vapor Trail is a true analog delay pedal using the famed Bucket Brigade Devices (BBDs), giving the pedal an authentic, vintage sound with warmth, fullness and depth, but with an immense clarity th... Read More

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Overview

The Vapor Trail is a true analog delay pedal using the famed Bucket Brigade Devices (BBDs), giving the pedal an authentic, vintage sound with warmth, fullness and depth, but with an immense clarity that keeps it from getting lost in the mix. Responsive modulation controls add shimmer and movement to your delay tone - with the Rate and Depth controls mounted right on the top panel so you can easily adjust them even in a live setting.

A TRS insert jack allows you to add effects to the wet signal (loop the wet delay sound through a flanger, chorus, or other type of effect). You can also use this jack to output a wet-only signal for parallel effect loops or multi-amp setups, or you can plug in any standard volume-type pedal, crank the Mix knob to full, and vary the amount of wet signal from none to full-wet using the pedal. At maximum Wet setting, the first echo is actually 3dB louder than the dry signal.

To round out the special features on this unit, we've made the Delay knob translucent with a cool blue LED that flashes to give you visual feedback on the delay time you have selected - especially handy when you're playing live!

Features
  • True analog delay
  • TRS insert for FX looping
  • Versatile
Specifications
  • Type of Circuitry: Analog Bucket Brigade Devices (BBDs) supported by modern low-noise analog electronics. No microprocessors or digital signal processors.
    Bypass: True bypass
    Delay Range: 15ms to 600ms. Actual delay time indicated by flash rate of illuminated delay time knob.
    Dry Gain: 1dB fixed
    Wet Gain: Adjustable from muted to +3dB. At the highest blend settings, the first echo is actually louder than the dry signal.
    Repeat Control Range: One repeat to runaway repeats
    Modulation Rate Range: 0.2Hz to 4 Hz
    Modulation Depth Range: Zero to "over the top"
    Auxiliary Functions: Wet channel insert loop, allows external effects to be applied to only the wet signal. Also serves as a wet-only output for wet/dry stereo or studio use.
    Dry Frequency Response: <-1dB @ 10 Hz and 100 kHz
    Dry Distortion: 0.002% at 250 Hz, 1V RMS output
    Dry Noise Floor: -100dBv at output, 400Hz to 20kHz with input unplugged
    Wet Noise Floor: -90dBV at output, 400Hz to 20kHz
    Input Impedance: 1 Meg (active); open (bypassed)
    Output Impedance: 1K ohm
    Power: Internal 9V battery or external 9V-18V regulated power supply.
    Current Consumption: 11mA typical
    Dimensions: Chassis size 2.61" x 4.90" x 1.45" (W x L x H)
    Weight: 0.8lb. without battery
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One year replacement warranty on all pickups.


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Seymour DuncanVapor Trail Delay Pedal
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Highly recomended

By BA Bassist

from Indianapolis IN

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Responsive

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Delay Pedal:

      This is the best analog delay I could find. Bucket brigade chips and clean blend controls are what sold me on it. The depth and rate controls are pretty interesting as well.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Aggressive Analog Tones!

      By Jason

      from Denver Colorado

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Aggressive
      • Analog
      • Excellent Sound Quality
      • Good Selection Of Effects
      • Responsive
      • Saturates Tone
      • Superb
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Crisp Delay
        • Present Delay

        Comments about Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Delay Pedal:

        I received this pedal as a gift and it immediately fulfilled the job I needed it to. The tones are crisp, clean and have that perfect analog sound. The blinking light is highly useful when dialing in the effects. Overall it's very expressive and works very well in the rig.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Cool Analogue Tone and Decay

        By Jason

        from San Francisco

        Comments about Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Delay Pedal:

        These pedals have been popular with the people that love that analogue sound, and at a little lower price point. One cool thing is the blinking LED that blinks at the rate of delay - a nice visual! Also, you can plug a pedal into it as an accessory effect, such as a distortion, which will only affect the delay - not the original signal. It is pretty cool. Overall, it is a really good sounding delay.

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