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.
The Alnico 2 magnet and moderate windings yield a warm, sweet tone with more natural string vibration for great sustain. Classic rock players who get their distortion from the amp rather than the pickup love the APH-1. It allows them to back off the crunch and get beautiful clean tones with softer attack. Compared to the '59, the Alnico II Pro has a rounder sound with a spongier bass response.
Seymour Duncan recently shared a new demo video for its Dirty Deed distortion pedal, and you can check it out below. In early November, GuitarWorld.com posted an exclusive demo video for the new pedal, and you can check it out here.
Seymour Duncan and Framus have teamed up to offer a chance for one lucky musician to win a Framus Mayfield Legacy Vintage Sunburst guitar. The Legacy is a semi-hollowbody with laminated mahogany top and back, solid mahogany sides, a mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and 22 frets featuring IFT (Invisible Fretwork Technology) and PLEK fretwork.
From the light, singing overdrive of classic rock to raunchy, screaming, ear-shattering distortion, the Dirty Deed was created for complete versatility. The tone is very organic and natural sounding; it’s designed to capture the character and responsiveness of a classic overdriven tube amplifier with elements of distortion, fuzz and overdrive combined into a single wide-range pedal.
Seymour Duncan has teamed up with Knaggs Guitars to give away a Knaggs Chesapeake Series Severn Tier 1 Trem in Aged Scotch. This instrument is one of Knaggs' finest guitars, featuring a double-cutaway beveled alder body with sapele top and a maple cap. The figured rock maple set neck comes with a cocobolo fingerboard at an 8.5-inch radius, 25.5-inch scale, and fingerboard inlays consisting of abalone diamonds and an abalone Chesapeake work boat inlay at the 12th fret.
If you've ever wanted to hear what Seymour Duncan's 8-string guitar pickups sound like, you're in luck. Check out this sick new video featuring guitarists Keith Merrow and Wes Hauch of the Faceless. Follow the handy guides below to see which Seymour Duncan pickups they're trying out, and when.