Walrus | JULIANNA | Stereo Analog Deluxe Chorus/Vibrato Pedal
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Walrus Audio’s Julia is known for its rich, cascading chorusing, vibrant vibrato, and unique lag function, which can send the effect into seasick, loping ambulation. Julianna offers up all of her little sister’s capabilities but shows off a handful of unique tricks. First and foremost, Julianna features stereo outputs, ideal for wet/dry/wet setups or for creating extra-wide effects in the studio. Next, Julianna treats you to a tap tempo for setting the rate of the effect and a tap division control to split the tempo into quarter notes, quarter note triplets, or an eighth note multiplier. Julianna’s expansive LFO controls take chorusing into unexplored chasms, including a random waveform setting; a secondary LFO speed, which you can ramp up or slow down to; and a drift function for gently accelerating and decelerating the LFO rate to make Julianna’s warbles even warblier! Finally, Julianna is equipped with an expression jack for controlling depth, rate, or both with an optional expression pedal. Featuring artwork from frequent Walrus Audio collaborator Adam Forster in surf green ink set against a deep lavender, not only does Julianna sound amazing, but she looks incredible floating on your pedalboard!
The artists, musicians, and engineers at Walrus Audio take pleasure in chasing sounds that inspire, like the perfect breakup of an overdrive, a beautifully thick distortion, an endlessly sustaining reverb, and a self-oscillating delay. Simply put, these guys love to play with sound. They design stompboxes that re-create the sonic textures that they hear in their heads. Built by sound tweakers for sound tweakers, Walrus Audio's guitar pedals are as versatile as they are functional.
- From subtle movement to warbling stereo trembulations
- Continuously blend between dry, chorus, and vibrato sounds
- 100% analog circuitry
- Analog LFO with sine, triangle, and random waveforms
- LED provides visual feedback of LFO rate
- Lag control determines the swing of the LFO sweep
- Tap tempo with quarter note, quarter note triplets, and eighth note divisions
- Equipped with an expression jack for controlling rate and depth with an expression pedal
- True bypass switching preserves your tone when the effect is switched off
- Requires a standard center-negative 9-volt power supply (30mA minimum; not included)
- Features updated artwork from original designer Adam Forster