Seymour Duncan announces the Vapor Trail
Seymour Duncan will launch in March its second guitar effect pedal, the Vapor Trail analog delay.
The Vapor Trail stompbox is based on Bucket Brigade chips and allows for delay times ranging from 15ms to 600ms. The pedal features a special Delay knob with a translucent button in the middle of which a LED flashes to indicate the effect speed. Two other large knobs are dedicated to dry/wet mix (from mute to +3dB) and repeats, while two small Rate (0.2Hz - 4Hz) and Depth knobs are designed for the effect modulation.
The Vapor Trail is cabled in True Bypass and an insert jack allows for adding effects to the wet signal or output the wet signal only to a parallel effect loop.
Pricing has not been confirmed yet, visit www.seymourduncan.com for more.
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