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Roland Juno-106 240v

Exceptional condition. For sale following a deep service including fitting six new Analogue Rennaisance voice chips and replacing tact switches...

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Exceptional condition. For sale following a deep service including fitting six new Analogue Rennaisance voice chips and replacing tact switches for future reliability.

Classic Roland Juno 106 Analogue Midi Synth.

The 106 is a classic Roland analogue poly synth with Midi and was used extensively on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories album, Tame Impala’s Lonerism, and many many others besides – it’s an easy synth to program and can still hold its own against more modern pretenders…

Has had a full service, with new voice chips and tact switches fitted.

This Juno-106 is in superb condition, very few signs of age and use – there’s one noticeable scratch to the face just to the right of the chorus controls, and a few minor scuffs around the back and sides. Click on the photos to zoom in and see more shots.

UK 240v model

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