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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Custom Colored Roland Juno 106 Vintage Keyboard Synthesizer w/Blue Meanie Mod


Custom colored highlights & buttons.

via this auction

"Up for sale is this Roland Juno 106 Synthesizer in amazing condition.

Two slight details to mention. The 4th F# key is responsive to slightly stronger pressure than all other keys but it's not a big problem and does not affect overall functionality.

The second detail is that, like with many many other Junos, the Chorus is very ( and I do mean very) slightly noisy. However, this is not an aesthetically displeasing sound. It sounds like distant ocean waves (it's technically white noise in phase). But this can be easily fixed.

These two details are the only reason why I put this synth under "Good" rather than "Very Good or even "Mint".
Everything else works absolutely perfectly & sounds incredible. Has the Blue Meanie Mod by SynthSpa (Which in no way change the sound of the original Juno, it's just more stable, and looks spanking.)

Below are what the restoration service does:

The keyboard has been totally restored inside & out and comes with the SynthSpa warrantee, all workmanship and chips (that are still manufactured) are covered.

THE INSIDE:

Power PCB rebuilt - Large electro caps replaced, new 3 prong receptacle and new standard IEC power cable.
CPU board rebuilt - Old Battery removed, new removable battery chassis installed with new battery.
Module board rebuilt - 80017a voice chips restored & fully calibrated, comes with theSynthSpa guarantee!
Panel board rebuilt - All sliders removed, rebuilt, de-oxidized, re-soldered, and all new buttons.
Bender board rebuilt, volume & portamento knobs cleaned.
Keys cleaned - surface cleaned, key contacts de-oxidized.
New sounds organized by banks - From the SynthSpa library the 'best-of-the-best'.

THE OUTSIDE:

Blue lighted bender.
Blue 3mm LEDs.
Blue 2-Digit seven segment display.
Classic cherry custom wood end bells.
Clear coat - To protect your fragile screen print for years to come."

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