Synth Site: Roland: Juno JX-3P Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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Mark a part-timer user from PLUTO writes:
This a Bass-Machine! Trigger the Sequencer by a TR-626/707 and this is TB-FEEEEELING!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-10-1999 at 11:50
Hidrah a part-timer user from Canada writes:
What can I say? If you are needing a cheap analogue for your kit, this is one wicked package! The PG-200 helps alot IMO but I'm sure its easy to get along without it. Quite a lot of unique sounds, and some rockin basses. If you see one for cheap pick it up, you won't regret it. (Oh yea, just as a note, the midi implementation bites the big one, as it always starts up in Omni mode, so just connect the midi in to the midi out, hit 6 or more keys, and then its in poly mode!)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-23-1999 at 18:03
Grover Groover a professional user from USA writes:
I love this synth. It is a unique sounding analog and i should know I have owned every Jx, and Juno My reasons 1. It is very unique and there are tons of hidden tricks you can do if you know the method. 2. It is the most reliable synth I have ever owned I used it playing out (on stage, in the DJ booth, etc...), Studio etc. An very versatile tool if you are into playing live and not doing the dat thang then you need a relaible axxe (IMO). For the price you can beat it, much cheaper than one of those modelled/virtual 'analog' thingies ; )

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-12-1998 at 12:28
Victor from Belgium writes:
I just made my return to the world of analog by purchasing a used JX-3P for $375. A pretty greadeal in my opinion. So easy to program that anyone with a double digit IQ could get very nice sounds. Fat round bass and real punchy attck make this a key element in my productions.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-11-1998 at 05:14
wsnoop a professional user from cuntland writes:
you can get acid bass lines pretty easily if you program the sequencer and fuck around with the editing options i have an owners manual for this peice i will gladly make copies in exchange for drugs or sexual favors. i would highly recomend running this peice through a guitar effects pedal. You would be surprised how good some of the shiitty presets sound with some good distortion delay flange or any of that shit. at one point i was reall frustrated with this thing but i am glad i kept with it because its really useful. when i release my record this thing is going to be all over so buy them now because this is going to be the next big thing. and you can say you heard it from me.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-30-1998 at 17:52
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