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The Vapor Trail Analog Delay from Seymour Duncan is a compact, true-analog guitar effects pedal capable of delivering an authentic, vintage-sounding delay with extra warmth. The pedal utilizes Bucket-Brigade chips to provide fullness and depth, but with immense clarity to prevent the tone from getting lost in the mix. The pedal offers responsive modulation controls (Rate and Depth) to add shimmer and movement to your delay tone.
A TRS Wet insert jack allows you to send and return the signal through additional effects such as a chorus or flanger. This jack may also be used to output the wet-only signal for parallel effects loops or multi-amp setups. Additionally, a standard volume pedal may be connected to provide hands-free dry/wet control. The delay knob is translucent and features a blue LED that flashes based on the delay time to provide visual feedback on a dark stage.
In the Box
Seymour Duncan Vapor Trail Analog Delay Pedal
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Analog Bucket Brigade Devices (BBDs) supported by modern low-noise analog electronics
15 to 600 ms (Actual delay time indicated by flash rate of illuminated delay
Dry Gain: 1 dB fixed
Wet Gain: Adjustable from muted to +3 dB (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: 0.2 to 4 Hz
Modulation Depth Range: 0 to infinite
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: 10 Hz and 100 kHz @ <-1 dB
Dry: 0.002% at 250 Hz, 1 V RMS output
Dry Noise Floor: -100 dBV at output, 400 Hz to 20 kHz with input unplugged
Wet Noise Floor: -90 dBV at output, 400 Hz to 20 kHz
1 MOhm (active); open (bypassed)
9 VDC battery or external 9 to 18 V regulated DC adapter (center negative)