Roland Juno-60 Synthesizer - Near MINT!

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Model: Juno 60
Modifications: None
Repairs: None

    The defining voice of the 1980s, the Juno 60 formed in integral part of the synthesizers rise to the pinnacle of pop. Featured on countless records and dragged around innumerable venues all over the world, its sub $2000 price tag put it in the hands of those who could only look longingly at an Oberheim or a Prophet 5 and its digitally controlled oscillators made it immeasurably more reliable than its all analogue forbears. Couple that with 6 voice polyphony, powerful filter section, built in chorus and arpeggiator, there’s no wonder we’re still talking about them 40 years later..

    This synth is in excellent, near mint condition and looks to be one of the finest examples on sale right now. The wooden frame shows no signs of damage bar some very minor scratches and slight wear to the very edges. None of the silkscreened text is damaged, chipped or faded and the chassis shows no signs of being misused over the past nearly 40 years.

    The plastics are in great shape with only some very slight fading to the white keys. This is a genuine UK/European version so no need for step down transformers.

    All buttons and functions work correctly as do all the keys work. The memory recall is fully functional. We don’t have the ability to check the control outputs but all analogue outputs work well and it does sound truly awesome!

    All sliders work without any additional noise.

    This is an opportunity to own a truly iconic instrument in stunning condition. if you know, you know. Don’t let it get away…

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