Excellent example of this classic synth, supplied serviced, guaranteed and with choice of voltage – all voice chips replaced with Analogue Renaissance parts for future reliability.
Comes with an original Roland hard case and user manual.
NOTE: This synth is awaiting service and will ship within 15 working days 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: Excellent condition with only very minor signs of age or wear to the face, including some discolouration to the controls. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition.
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