Synth Site: Roland: Juno JX-3P Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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satan inc. a part-timer user from babylon writes:
i just picked one of these up, and as an analog neophyte i may be easily impressed. but i must say that this synth sounds excellent! i haven't gotten under the hood yet so i can't comment on the editing. however, i'd love to receive tips from any power users. yes, the chorus is noisy, but i think the effect adds more than the noise detracts. if anyone has a manual for this, i'd love to get a copy of it. i'd be happy to reimburse for any costs, but if someone could send me an e-copy i'll definitely try to make it worth your while.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-May-05-1999 at 22:42
SoftWar a hobbyist user from S.A. writes:
A useful little synth, beefier than the JX-8P. Some seem to prefer the JUNO's, but I always thought that they were a bit whiny. The JX-3P is great for bass and for strings (organs not too bad either), but for space one would be better off with its bigger brother the JX-8P (or better yet, a DW-8000). The sequencer's fun, but not very useable today - midi, well, everyone agrees on it's crappiness, but it's sounds have a place in virtually any musical genre - and as such, I think it deserves a respectable score.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-02-1999 at 18:47
jaime a part-timer user from socal writes:
I just got mine for $200 plus a case!!! fatass sounds from the moment i started to play it. i wanted something "analog" to complement my xp,x3,$emax II. the bass is sooooo thick! i'd say if you see it for $200-$350 in excellent condition, it's a good deal. if you find it for $200 or below you are crazy not to buy it right away! i guess the pg-200 would help, but the editing map is very clearly laid out on the right side... please email me with the secrets of the "hidden mode", or any thing else you have on this thing...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-May-01-1999 at 21:36
XPRMNTLST a professional user from UK writes:
OK here we go again with the next big boy from Roland, the Chemical Bros. are claimming its use for their new album, as are Mexico's Plastillina Mosh,Future Jazz Conspiracy and people like Mark Van Hoen, Mario Caldato Jr. and that country/funk/hip hop making bloke named Beck. there must be something in this good somewhere in this machine, so if you own one hold on to it, if you don't good luck and if you hate owning the next big thing sell it to me, because i would love to own one.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-14-1999 at 05:39
Glenn a part-timer user from Sweden writes:
It's okej for beginers. You can get good bas sounds if you don't use the res and chorus as well as sync sounds. I sold mine , did'nt have any use for it.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-12-1999 at 09:31
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