Roland Juno 106 with Roland MSQ-100

“This auction is for a working Roland Juno-106, and a working Roland MSQ-100 Sequencer!

This synth has been a labor of love, but it’s time for me to move on and make some space now that I have a Juno60. 🙁 This synth has a long story behind it, so please read the description carefully.

Right, now let’s talk about the Juno! This synth was a rescue. When I got it, it was covered in stickers, dried masking tape, and dust. It had numerous issues which I gradually fixed myself over the course of five months. This is probably the biggest project I’ve ever undertaken on my own and I really want to see this synth go to a loving home.

I have done the following:

>Swapped the ENTIRE front panel PCB with a “new” old one, as the original had too many issues to salvage. All controls are now working perfectly.
>Resoldered the AC inlet, as someone had replaced it without soldering it together properly. (It’s the newer type with three prongs, by the way!)
>Resoldered the power switch, as it had broken off
>Replaced the battery, installed a plastic battery holder that sits neatly between the CPU board and voice board (see pics)
>Reloaded presets
>Replaced Voice Chip 1 with another 80017a. (Yes, I did it right and actually put it in a socket)

>The previous owner replaced Voice Chip 6 with a clone from analogue renaissance.

All six voices are now working great!! I’ve let it run for several hours now and I’m not hearing any crackles or dropped notes. But please consider, if you want to completely future-proof this voice board, check out synth spa for a comprehensive restoration process. Not currently needed, but something to remember since five of the six voices are still original, non-stripped voice chips. I haven’t calibrated the two new ones, but everything sounds ok to me.


> Chorus is working great, but it is somewhat noisy. Maybe 50% noisier than my Juno-60. You will receive two NEW replacement chips (clones) + sockets so if it bothers you, you can swap them out. I didn’t mess with it. I think the noise gives it character, but to each their own.” Click here to search for synths on eBay

Roland MSQ-100

” Roland JP8080 Desktop and Rack-mount Synthesizer – Excellent Condition. NO Scratches or Marks of any kind. This is a great Synth with unique sound. Barely used, in studio only. Comes with the rack mounts, original manual and AC cord. USA Version.” Click here to search for synths on eBay

Roland MSQ-100


Unit show some signs of use, wear and scuffs.

Unit is sold as is due to not having proper power adapter to test.

Additional Details

Item include:

No other accessory included (We ONLY include what is in the pictures)..

No power adapter included.

No power cord included.”
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Roland Alpha Juno with Roland MSQ-100

“This a vintage analog polyphonic Roland Alpha Juno synth. A great way at getting a classic Juno sounds cheaper than the other models. The synth is in great condition, except for a small crack near the power switch…. this does not affect playability and the structure of the synth is still solid. The synth works perfectly except for the backlight for the screen is a bit faint, but you can still see the values on the screen… you may want to get a new bulb at some point. This comes with a Roland MSQ 100 digital sequencer, i bought this recently but never got around to trying it out. The unit powers up ok and I was told by the previous owner that it worked fine, but I don’t have midi cables to test out the unit…. b/c of this, I’m saying the sequencer is untested. ” Click here to search for synths on eBay

Roland MSQ-100

“Roland MSQ-100 MIDI Digital Keyboard Recorder.

There is NO power supply included with this auction.

We used a 9v power supply we had that works with other Boss/Roland products to see if this unit turns on. It did in fact turn on, see photos of lights, etc. We have no further way of testing unit.” Click here to search for synths on eBay