MATRIXSYNTH: Mint Roland Juno 106 with Wood Side Panels

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Mint Roland Juno 106 with Wood Side Panels

via this auction

Note the listing states the Juno-106 was the first Roland synth to have MIDI. It was actually the JX-3P.

"Here is a complete list of the work that was done by Allen Coppock at Synth Spa in the States:

- Wooden end panels - custom made cherry hardwood end panels installed.

- Complete internal overhaul including new high quality voice chips installed (all six, so there are no risks of future failure)

- Update to new "socketed" voice chips so they can replaced easily, if they do ever fail

- Replacement of the battery and update with a battery holder (instead of the original soldered battery) for future replacement

- External clean of all the switches and buttons

- Cleaning of the key action and internal check / recalibration

- Update all LEDs and the 2-digit display to new ones

- Add a red pitch bend knob

- Add a 3-prong socket for the power input (standard "kettle cord" that most synths use)

- Voltage change to 240V for Australia, so you don't need a step-down transformer

- Restore all the original factory programmes"

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