Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Analog Delay Pedal
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Vapor trail is a true analogy delay pedal designed using the famed Bucket Brigade circuitry to provide authentic vintage tone with clarity, warmth and presence. Responsive modulation controls add shimmer and movement to your tone - with the Rate and Depth controls located on the top panel for easy access in live settings. From slap-back echo, ambient and long liquid delays to rotating speaker and long and liquid delays, Vapor Trail delivers a multitude of brilliant sounds. Vapor Trail also features a TRS insert that can send wet signal to any other pedal or effect, such as a flanger or chorus. You can also use it to separate the wet and dry outputs for stereo or recording setups, or plug in any standard volume pedal, and adjust the amount of wet signal with your foot. 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 on a dimly lit stage! Like all of our pedals, Vapor Trail is designed and assembled at our Santa Barbara, California factory by the same team responsible for our legendary pickups.
Top Customer Reviews
The delays are warm, harmonically rich, with a very pleasant decay as they repeat and combined with the modulation circuit they produce a wonderful blooming, full sound that can even make a tiny 1x8 Fender mustang sound like an amp two or three times the power and size. The warmth provided by this pedal really helps when dealing with solid state amps that tend to be very brittle sounding and really helps modeling amps to sound much much closer to tubes. I have not really liked delay pedals before (particularly digital ones) because to me they sounded just like a stuck record with a very sterile and flat tone to them. The Vapor Trail sounds much less like a broken record and more like a real echo as it your amp was in a cave. This sound (at least to me) much more pleasing to the ear and breathes new life into any kind of tone.
The controls are intuitive, feel great and strike the perfect balance between range of effect and sensitivity. If I had one wish for this pedal I wish there were a dedicated on/off switch for the modulation, but turning down the rate and depth gets pretty much the same thing so it's not a very big complaint.
To low-budget pedal buyers like me this may seem like a lot of money, but by analog delay standards this is actually very reasonably priced (especially for ones made in the US) and considering what you are getting it is a very good deal.
Chicago Music Exchange was great as usual, the box was very well packed, the prime shipping was super fast (not to mention the stickers were a nice touch). Bottom line: I am a very happy customer. This pedal deserves a place on any pedalboard, give it a try you won't be sorry.
was a great sounding '80's DOD FX90, but it finally gave up the ghost(ing) , and I shopped around, tried a few, but most seemed to lack some feature or another that I really wanted. And some of the boutique pedals required me taking out a second mortgage, and I really can't see myself paying $300 for $ 38.72 worth of components and hip graphics. The Vapor trail ain't cheap, but it's a a worthy investment.
compact, well built, quality stomp switch, top loading, very tweakable, the important knobs are big, really great analog sound.
This delay pedal wasn't available 20 years ago
I haven't used it in a live setting and can't comment on that. This gadget sounds best as a rockabilly/surf slap-back delay in my opinion, and self-oscillation mode is pretty fun to play with. I like the independent modulation controls for DEPTH and RATE, and like that the MIX mode gives you a louder initial echo (by 3dB) when maxed. Neat idea.