ROLAND Juno-106 Vintage Analog Synth

ROLAND Juno-106 Vintage Analog Synth
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ROLAND Juno-106 Vintage Analog Synth
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Roland Juno 106 For Sale:

The Roland Juno 106 is a polyphonic analog synthesizer made in Japan in 1984. It is a six-voice polyphonic synthesizer. The Juno 106 is fully programmable and allows you to record your own sounds. One of the ''trademark'' of the Juno 106 is its built-in chorus making the sound more ''alive''. One of the advantage of the Juno 106 is that it is MIDI IN OUT THRU, here is a good vintage synthesizer capable of communicating with a modern studio. It is a powerful analog synthesizer capable of taking you on very different paths! Some of its features: analog LFO, SUB oscillator, VCF analogue filters with FREQ and RES, ADSR envelope analog CHORUS, analog PORTAMENTO, PITCH BEND, 128 memory slots for saving your sounds .. The Roland Juno 106 was and is used by artists such as: Metro Boomin, Ludwig Göransson, Daft Punk, Deadmau5, Calvin Harris, Tame Impala, Kanye West, David Guetta, Chemicals Brothers, Bruno Mars, Flume, Moby, The Prodigy, Mark Ronson, Laurent Garnier, Depeche Mode, Justice, Jack Antonoff ...

With only a few small scruffs here and there, this Roland Juno 106 is in very good cosmetic order (check pictures, they are from the actual Juno for sale). This Roland Juno 106 has been state of the art fully serviced and restored in our workshop, in order to last and to keep the original sound quality. It is in perfect working order and is sold with a 3 month warranty.

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Europe(EU): 84 Euros
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