Synth Site: Roland: Juno 6 Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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AdamT writes:
At this precise moment, I`m after thinking that the Juno-6 is the best synth on the planet.. I bought a tatty one with a whacked out keyboard scanning chip for £45.. I`ve also bought a cheap faulty Jupiter-8, that Juno-6 provided me with an Envelope generator chip, two non-polarised electrolytic capacitors, four slider tops, one slider, a mains cable, two keys and a chip that was needed to get the Jupiter`s 12db mode working on the panel scanning board. I`ve had keys and slider tops and an endcheek from it for a Juno60 too.. there`s loads left to keep those two machines running for a while as there are a lot more parts besides that fit both..

Yep the Juno-6 was one hell of a bargain..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-16-2000 at 14:22
J.R. Ross a hobbyist user from New Hampshire, USA writes:
A very fun synth to program. True, it has no memory, but it's allmost more fun to have to recreate your patches from scratch. Great filters and a wonderfull LFO--it really can get quite funky modulating away. Push the VCF's res up and you get some weird self-oscilating madness. The range of different sounds is quite wide. You can get the basic feel of pianos, brass, winds and organs, besides the stuff only a real analog synth can do. I still think the Juno bender is the best ever made, it can be restrained and gracefull or wild and whacky, depending on what you want. But for real fun, kick the arpeggiator and become an electronic meastro. Still, the best part of this synth are the basses availiable. So many different bass lines for you to play with it boggles the mind--I could fill tape after tape (or minidisc after minidisc) and never use the same bass twice. All this, for less than $300, a bargain. Oh yeah, for the truly lazy there's a transpose button:) So, while everyone's dishing out megabucks for the 106, save some dollars and try a Juno 6, you won't be dissapointed.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-17-1999 at 14:08
a hobbyist user writes:
kick ass!! the limited amount of waveforms sucks but besides that it is one of the fattest sounding and easy to use analogue synthesizers out there.get one right now because prices are jumping really high on the juno 6. 3 months ago you could get one for 200 bucks or less for a mint condition you gotta pay around 275 and ive even seen them go for 340 dollars.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-05-1999 at 04:12
jon esparza from Chicago, USA writes:
Holy cow! I just got my Juno 6 Via UPs this afternoon. I was dead tired from working my graveyard shift and then working out at the local Bally's and I STILL spent two hours just getting 'aquainted' with this most awesome synth! I already own a juno 60, and well.... I almost hate to say this, 'cos the 60 is super awesome, BUT it kinda just maybe feels like... the juno 6 maybe just a tinsey-winsey ....FATTER!!!!!! Wow. Wow. Wow. What AWESOME sythns these JUNOS are!(the 60 and the 6 of course) They just don't make synths like these anymore, let's hear it for that LLLllllOOOOOoooooooonnnnnngg ago summer of 1982...

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-29-1999 at 00:41
Michael a part-timer user from AUSTRALIA writes:

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-20-1999 at 20:33
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