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- The Julia is a fully analog, feature rich chorus/vibrato packed with a wide array of tonal landscapes begging to be explored
- Controls like Lag, Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend, and selectable analog LFO wave shapes, enable you to dial in all types of classic and unique chorus/vibrato sounds
- The Lag knob lets you set the center delay time that the LFO effect modulates from; smooth and tight modulation at lower settings; to warbling detune at maximum; the Lag knob adds a new dimension to the traditional Chorus Vibrato landscape
- Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend changes the ratio of dry to wet signal sent to the output. At minimum, you will hear no effect. Set it to noon for equal parts dry and wet (Chorus); Set it to maximum for 100% wet (Vibrato)
- Made in America; includes a 5 year warranty
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The Julia is a fully analog, feature-rich chorus/vibrato packed with a wide array of tonal landscapes begging to be explored. She is able to produce mild smooth chorus, to seasick vibrato and everywhere in between. With controls like Lag, Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend, and selectable analog LFO wave shapes, you are able to dial in all types of classic and unique chorus/vibrato sounds; some settings giving a familiar feel while others are not found on traditional chorus pedals.
A special feature of the Julia is the Lag control. The Lag knob lets you set the center delay time that the LFO effect modulates from. From smooth and tight modulation at lower settings, to warbling detune at maximum, the Lag knob adds a new dimension to the traditional Chorus/Vibrato landscape
While most chorus/vibrato pedals offer a toggle to go between the two effects, we’ve provided a knob to blend between Dry, Chorus, into Vibrato (labeled d-c-v on the pedal). The Dry-Chorus-Vibrato Blend changes the ratio of dry to wet signal sent to the output. At minimum, you will hear no effect. Set it to noon for equal parts dry and wet – the traditional chorus setting. Set it to maximum for 100% wet – the traditional vibrato setting. Explore the ground between minimum and noon for adding slight amounts of movement to your dry signal (also making the Julia great on bass guitar). Explore the ground between noon and maximum for all sorts of unheard chorus/vibrato combinations.
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Update 2/3/2018 Still really like this chorus. I hadn’t tried it through a distortion yet... now I have. I’ve ran it through a few different distortion pedals and it sounds great. Also has a “ Deftones” kind of sound when you pair it with a high gain amp. Holds its character and warmth even with the distortions. Still haven’t found a better chorus for anywhere close to this price.
Each of the 3 modulations (Delay, Chorus, Vibrato) are highly sensitive. You toggle between these classic mods with one knob labelled (d-c-v). As you turn the knob clockwise you switch between the mods. It's hard to tell where one stops and one begins, but that is the unique infinity of this pedal and other analog pedals. The versatility is almost as frightening as the picture on the front.
In my rig, I use a Gibson SG standard with a 12watt princeton reverb '65 reissue with a pedalboard of about 8 pedals. The Julia is just before my reverb. When I use my own rig, I stick to the princeton spring reverb and vibrato. You won't find fender tube vibrato with this pedal (check out Swamp Thang tremolo) but you'll certainly find the wacky yet endearing vibrato reminiscent of Mac Demarco.
I will outline the 3 main settings below (d-c-v), but please note that you have three more mod knobs that change everything.
The DELAY function is subtle, as it should be, and crystal clear.
The CHORUS function is beautiful and begging to be explored
The VIBRATO goes from wobbly to goofy to late 80's Nintendo music.
BOTTOM LINE - It's expensive, but for good reasons: High quality components, no cheap marketing tactics, just a nice old school stompbox. I feel comfortable using it live on stage. It's consistent and capable of Z.Vex style weirdness but is way more intuitive.