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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Francisco a part-time user from Canada writes:
I have both the Juno-60 and 106. I love them both, well my first was the 106 I really got to apreciated a lot wich is the reason I've changed gear over the years but this one is the only one I've kept. After a while I got a chance to grab a Juno-60 full working almost mint condition, I took it home right away and let me tell you it just gets better.The Juno-60 has a total different sound from the 106 don't be fooled that it's the same engine with MIDI. It's way more than that. Catch one if you get the chance.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-27-2002 at 18:57
Roger a hobbyist user from U.S.A. writes:
I GOT MY JUNO 60 FOR FREE, IF YOU CAN BELIEVE THAT. SOME FOOL TOSSED IT OUT IN A DUMPSTER. I'M A GUITAR PLAYER OF 35 YEARS,AND IMEDIATELY RECOGNIZED IT FROM MANY CONCERTS I'VE ATTENDED OVER THE YEARS AND GRABBED THAT SUCKER UP. I CANNOT BELIEVE THE SOUNDS THIS THING PUTS OUT. GOT ON WEB TO SEE IF THE THING WAS WORTHY AND WHAT A SURPRISE TO FIND OUT THAT IT IS VERY DESIRABLE. IT IS HARD TO PICK UP MY STRAT PLUS THESE DAYS CAUSE ITS HARD TO GET OFF THE 60. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO RESET TO ORIGINAL FACTORY PRESETS

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-12-2001 at 09:56
Ron Zhang a hobbyist user from usa writes:
Very nice, warm full sound. Paul Van Dyk uses one in his setup as well. (probably the only thing in his setup < $400. here's a nice trick for well-timed delay. use a Tr-707 to midi control the bpm of a Pioneer EFX-500. Set the EFX to echo/delay, then hook the 707's trigger out to Juno's Arpeggiator in. Send the juno sound to the efx. Now run your arpeggiator to the ground. play with the filters. really awesome dance riffs.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Nov-16-2001 at 12:36
Eric Chen a hobbyist user from way out west writes:
I'm not the type of person who buys anything without trying everything comparable. So here I was, compusively going from music store to music store, playing tweaky synth to tweaky synth, looking for the best VA under $1000.

Then I heard my friend's Juno 60. I'm no so compulsive anymore. One hear and I bought one.

Talk about versitile! One min you have happy Erasure bleeps and the next you have Enya voices and X-files mystery strings. And for those who like a darker flavour, Front242 sounds come to mind. I particularly enjoy triggering the arp with my cheap 707, then sending the 707 to midi. The jsq60 isn't useless... perhaps i'll sync a 303/606 to it someday. Added a few links to this page regarding factory patches and online manual. So in return... Anyone have patches they'd like to share? I'm all ears!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-28-2001 at 02:24
Speed a hobbyist user from Hawaii writes:
Reading all these reviews took me back to 1984 high school days and convinced me to go on Ebay and get one! Quick story...I'd learned Rick Wakeman's Six Wives from beginning to end and had to perform it in the gym during "Future Week" in front of the entire high school....talk about nervous!! I had an Opus 3 and a friend lent me his Juno 60. I still remember the Juno 60 blasting throughout the entire gym sounding like a banshee!!! What an awesome sound! That sound...tweaked with that chorus!!! Unforgettable...I want that sound!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-03-2001 at 01:21
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