The Julianna features some identical takeaways to the Julia. These include the rate, depth, and lag dials, as well as the d-c-v (dry-chorus-vibrato) blend knob, which allows for gradually changing between a completely dry signal to a combination of dry and modulated to merely the modulated signal. Per Walrus Audio, the depth knob spans from a smooth, subtle chorus to full seasick pitch drifting.
“Unlike most other chorus pedals, the Julianna and Julia have a special feature called Lag control. The Lag knob lets you set the center delay time that the LFO modulates. From smooth and tight modulation at lower settings, to a warbling detune at maximum, the Lag knob adds a new dimension to the traditional chorus/vibrato landscape,” Walrus Audio detailed.
Similar to the Julia, the Julianna carries a toggle switch for selecting the wave shape. Players can choose from the familiar saw and sine waves or the additional “random” wave shape for more turbulent pitch modulation.
Other deluxe features include a tap tempo control, stereo in/out jacks, a momentary secondary LFO speed, drift function, tap division, expression control, and external tap in.
The Julianna Deluxe Chorus/Vibrato is available to order for $249.