Walrus Audio Releases the Second Generation of the Julia Analog Chorus/Vibrato | NAMM 2020

Over three years ago now, Walrus Audio released an analog vibrato/chorus pedal called the Julia, which became popular for the all-analog ethereal soundscapes it could create. Today, Walrus Audio has unveiled its second iteration of that circuit, the Julia V2.

Fans should be happy that a lot of things about this second generation circuit is staying the same. Players still have their Lag knob, which centers the delay time that the LFO modulates around and gives you the ability to jump from tightly modulated settings to all-out warbles.

The Walrus Audio Julia V2

This design also retains he D-C-V Blend knob, which lets players blend their dry signal from watery chorus to warm vibrato, and the whole package still comes the Julia's signature purple enclosure with sea foam ink.

What will be new for the V2 version is the setup and configuration. Based on players' feedback, Walrus Audio top-mounted the in/out jacks on this model, made the bypass switching clickless, and had illustrator Adam Forster reimagine the art. This will also be one of the first Walrus Audio pedals to have the WA logo stamped into its backplate.

The Walrus Audio Julia V2 is available now. For more news from the NAMM floor, click the orange banner to follow along.

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