Up for sale, a 1980's Roland Juno-60 analog synthesizer in excellent condition. This synth comes with Roland's MD-8 MIDI DCB interface, as well as a modern Juno-66 MIDI upgrade kit (new and uninstalled). The Juno-60 is one of Roland's most highly regarded vintage synths, only available from 1982-84. All switches, connectors, pots and jacks work without issue or static, and all functions and features of this Juno operate as intended.
The Juno-60 features six voice polyphony and patch memory storage. The predecessor to the Juno 106 and arguably the more punchy sounding of the two synths, the Juno-60 utilizes mostly traditional analog technology yet with digitally controlled analog oscillators, ensuring excellent tuning stability for stage use. It offers on-board chorus effects, low-pass and high-pass filters, and the option to arpeggiate and sequence notes when connected with the JSQ-60 sequencer. It's simply incredibly difficult for the Juno-60 to sound anything other than fat and musical.
All key caps are bright white and level, all buttons and slider caps are intact, and the silkscreen graphics on the face of the synth are stunningly clean. There is some very minor wear on the wooden sides framing the Juno-60, and some light scuffing on the bottom of the enclosure.
The MD-8 is equally as clean as the synth, complete with DCB patch cable, and the Juno-66 upgrade kit is brand new.