Description

Who is she??? Walrus Julianna Deluxe Chorus/Vibrato, $249!

  • Type: Stereo Analog Chorus/Vibrato Pedal
  • Controls:
    • Rate: Adjusts the speed of the modulation
    • Depth: Adjusts the intensity of the modulation
    • Lag: Sets the center delay time around which the chorus modulates
    • D-C-V Blend: Mixes between Dry, Chorus, and Vibrato sounds
    • Shape: Switch to select between sine, triangle, and random LFO waveforms
    • Division: Tap tempo subdivision selector (quarter, triplet, or eighth notes)
    • Tap Tempo: Tap switch to control the modulation rate
  • Switches:
    • Bypass: True Bypass switch
    • Tap/Secondary: Tap tempo switch with secondary function for accessing additional features
    • Toggle: Switch for switching between different waveforms (Sine, Triangle, Random)
  • Inputs:
    • 2 x 1/4″ (Left/Mono and Right inputs)
  • Outputs:
    • 2 x 1/4″ (Left/Mono and Right outputs)
  • Power: 9V DC power supply (center-negative, not included)
  • Current Draw: 100 mA
  • Dimensions: 4.77″ x 2.6″ x 1.39″ (121 mm x 66 mm x 35 mm)
  • Weight: Approximately 1 lb (0.45 kg)
  • Construction: Durable metal chassis with high-quality components

Features:

  • Stereo Operation: True stereo in/out for wide, lush chorus effects.
  • Tap Tempo and Subdivisions: Allows precise control over modulation speed with tap tempo and selectable subdivisions.
  • Three Waveforms: Choose between sine, triangle, and random waveforms for different modulation textures.
  • Secondary LFO Speed: Secondary function on the tap tempo switch to adjust a secondary LFO speed.
  • Chorus/Vibrato Blend: D-C-V blend control allows mixing between dry, chorus, and vibrato sounds.
  • Lag Control: Adjusts the central delay time for a more tailored modulation effect.

Notable Artists Who Use the Walrus Audio Julianna Pedal:

  1. Nick Reinhart (Tera Melos) – Known for his innovative and experimental guitar playing, Reinhart uses the Juliana pedal to create unique modulation textures.
  2. Emily Wolfe – Incorporates the Juliana into her pedalboard for adding rich, stereo chorus and vibrato effects to her sound.
  3. Ryan Burke (60 Cycle Hum) – A prominent pedal reviewer and musician, Burke has featured the Juliana in his setups for its versatility and lush sounds.

These artists appreciate the Walrus Audio Juliana pedal for its rich, high-quality modulation effects and its versatility in both studio and live settings. The blend of classic chorus and vibrato with modern features like tap tempo and stereo operation makes it a valuable tool for creating dynamic and expressive sounds.

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