MATRIXSYNTH: Roland Juno 106

Friday, December 29, 2006

Roland Juno 106

Title link takes you to shots pulled via this auction.

Note: if you ever consider picking up a Juno 106, be sure to test it or have the seller test it for you, by turning the sub osc down and scaling up and down the keyboard. The 106 is notorious for having bad voice chips. I had one where the bad voice was only obvious when turning the sub osc down. There of course can be other symptoms, but whenever I hear of one with no issues, this always comes to mind.

1 comment:

  1. Yup, my 106 is down to 5 voices. I understand they are easy enough to replace but haven't gotten around to it yet. :o\

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