Roland Juno-106

Excellent condition. Serviced, choice of voltage - all voice chips replaced with Analogue Renaissance parts for future reliability....

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Excellent condition. Serviced, choice of voltage – all voice chips replaced with Analogue Renaissance parts for future reliability.

NOTE: This synth is awaiting service and will ship within one week of purchase. Price includes the fitting of a new 120 or 240v transformer (synth is currently 100v).

The Juno-106 is a classic Roland analogue polysynth 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…

For sale fully serviced with Analogue Renaissance voice chips fitted, power supply re-capped, all sliders and pots cleaned, switches replaced as needed. Factory presets restored and all functions tested.

CONDITION: In excellent cosmetic condition with only minor signs of age showing on the face; there is some discolouration to the face and buttons. The end cheeks are very clean with minimal wear. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition.


  • Will be switched to either 120 or 240v operation before shipping.

VAT: If you are in the EU then the price of this item should be displayed including VAT at 20%. VAT-free sales are possible to businesses or individuals outside the UK with a valid VAT number. Please contact us or make an offer and we will let you know how to proceed.

Reverb customers please note:

We are based in the UK and have many years’ experience sourcing, servicing and shipping delicate vintage gear worldwide. You can rely on us to pack your item with care, and deliver swiftly by international courier with full tracking and insurance.

We offer a professional satisfaction-guaranteed service: customer care and attention to detail are paramount. Please message us if you have any questions or feedback. Tony 


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