Classic Roland Juno 106 Analogue Midi Synth in exceptional cosmetic condition (see detailed photos) and perfect working order....

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Classic Roland Juno 106 Analogue Midi Synth in exceptional cosmetic condition (see detailed photos) and perfect working order.

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The 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…

This is a chance to buy as good an example of this synth as you’re likely to find. It’s in superb timewarp condition and comes in the original packaging, complete with the original Japanese power cable, manual, and Roland output cable (the last not shown on photos below). It is in very near mint condition, with only very minor scuffs and marks to the finish, which shows no sign of being faded – the reds and blues are still as vivid and vibrant as the day it left the factory: this synth has clearly spent most of its life in the box. The packaging is not perfect – there’s some damage to the polystyrene inserts and the box has some damage and parcel tape. The original Roland bag for the cables is still present.

It has just been thoroughly-overhauled by James Walker at Synth Repair Services with no expense spared: a full set of 6 new VCF/VCA Voice chips have been installed for absolute security that this machine won’t fail during a critical session or gig. It has had a new battery fitted and has been recalibrated back to factory spec – all original factory sounds have been restored.

It’s in exceptional condition for a synth that’s approaching its 30th birthday – there can be very few in the world left like this.

There are no known operational faults with this unit.


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