This machine has a great sounding chorus mixed with delay. I seldom use the vibrato cause I'm running a 2 amp setup with a Fender Twinn as one of my amps which has vibrato. The only thing I don't like about the time machine is you have to use the 9V power supply. It doesn't take a battery.
Behringer Vintage Time Machine VM1 Vibrato Guitar Effect Pedal
It is an analogue delay effects pedal, with some interesting features. This pedal, like the VT , is bigger than my volcas. It is also considerably heavy and can only be powered from a 9V power supply center pin negative, like most pedals. In fact, the similarities with the VT Vintage Tube Monster are so many, I think the level knob on the VM1 is there only to accommodate the number of knob holes on the casing for the VT
Not as organic sounding as its peers, the VM1 offers a good introduction to vintage delays at a reasonable price. The true-bypass VM1 offers ms of analogue delay with chorus and vibrato modulation. Its familiar looking feature set includes output level, which controls original signal level and provides an overdriven boost, along with blend controls to mix wet and dry signals and feedback to control the amount of repeats. Right below that the two remaining control knobs offer delay time, chorus and vibrato; a toggle switch selects either modulation.