Synth Site: Roland: Juno 6 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
page 7 of 14:   <<<  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  >>>
ADRIAN LENDON a hobbyist user from ENGLAND writes:
Ive just sold my JUNO 6 for £300(not bad considering i paid £50 for it 2 years ago!!!) However,the juno sounds rock for acid/trance. I u can live without the sliders go 4 an MKS50.They sound pretty similar,have got midi and take up a lot less room!!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-16-2001 at 09:37
I can't post it because Elf might stalk me a part-time user from Tokyo (yah right ! Try Michigan) writes:
Yes , it is nice. But those really aren't wooden sides. They are particle board with a wood-like sticker tacked on. You know that cheap sticker wood. But thanks for the good review. It was my 2nd synth I ever bought. I now have over 95 just in 3 years. I would give you one just for your nice review but I live in TOKYO .... ha ha...(Im really lying to impress you) .... ta ta, elfis

ps- oh wait , more review ---

The build is very solid and weighs heavy and durable , not like a aplha juno. SLiders are quality early 80's tape recorder style...even late 70's.

The worst thing on the juno 6 though has to be it's fake wooden sides. Make a tree proud ... attach it to a juno : )

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-May-21-2001 at 04:46
Hydra a part-time user from Montreal (canada) writes:
I like it.. but There is no sequencer..no midi..no sync..There absolutely nothing.. There juste a Clock-in for the arpeggio..

But I like it YO!!!!!!!

I like Old analog synth...

And the wood on the side make it very sexy...

Gab

*I need a tb........

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-20-2001 at 21:49
claes a part-time user from sweden writes:
The juno-6 is fat & punchy, it doesn't do everything but it's damn good at what it does.. It's really fast to program so the fact that there are no memories doesn't matter as it would take longer time to find the sound you wan't than to make it from scratch...

I'm planning on doing a midi retrofit on my juno by hacking in on the 8x8 key-matrix connector to emulate the keyboard by using a simple cpu (a pic maybe).. Just as long as the midi circuit is fast enough to fool the mcu, there shouldn't be any problems.. A nice thing about it is that it won't do any harm to the juno.

When (and if) I succeed I guess I post some info here.. :)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-28-2001 at 12:52
RiotNrrd a hobbyist user from Portland, OR writes:
I bought my Juno-6 back in 1985, and finally sold it in 1998. Selling it was something I really regret, and I think if I ever see another one in a store somewhere, I'm getting it BACK!

Even though I play a Korg Triton nowadays, I still think back very fondly to those days when I was writing everything on the Juno. Damn, was that a great synth. Although the sounds weren't the most complex, putting it through an effects box was enough to satisfy me for thirteen years.

Anyone who has one now: you can be sure you've got one of the best vintage synths ever manufactured. Never let it go!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-15-2001 at 02:37
page 7 of 14:   <<<  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  >>>