Roland Juno-106 (Boxed)

Serviced with all voice chips replaced with new Analogue Renaissance parts for future reliability. Excellent condition and still in its...

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Serviced with all voice chips replaced with new Analogue Renaissance parts for future reliability. Excellent condition and still in its original box.

NOTE: This synth is currently waiting for the service work detailed below to be completed. It will be ready to ship within 5 working days of purchase if not before.

The Juno-106 is a classic Roland analogue poly synth 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, new Analogue Renaissance voice chips fitted, power supply re-capped, all sliders and pots cleaned and some switches replaced as needed. Factory presets restored and all functions tested.

This Juno-106 is for sale in excellent condition – very clean with the most minor signs of use. The only noticeable flaw is minor paint chipping on the edge at the “Roland” end at the top of the face – there is a photo that details this. End cheeks are also very clean. Sliders and buttons feel great – this synth has never been used in a smoky environment. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition. Box is also in good condition.

For sales in UK/EU the price will include VAT. VAT-free sales are possible to businesses and individuals in the EU (outside the UK) with a valid VAT Number – please get in touch if you wish to buy this way.

  • It is a 100v Japanese model and will run fine on North American mains 115/120v without a transformer (we run all our tests using 120v power); however, a step-down transformer is recommended for extended use.
  • A step-down transformer is required in the UK/EU.
  • We do not recommend using cheap generic Chinese mains transformers and can supply a high quality UK-made unit if required.


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