One of my main pieces of advice to anyone learning to fix vintage synths is to never underestimate the likelihood that whatever problem your synth has is just because of cold solder joints. Continue reading “Juno 60 (#4)”
We had a week full of Junos (Junoes?), with three Juno 60s and four Juno 106es here all at once. These are the ones I did last week in between grinding away at various aspects of an insane Minimoog Model D restoration I’m working on and building a new power supply for a Rhodes Chroma.
I use the Juno 106 for my business card and stuff because it’s so recognizable and iconic and people bring them to me constantly, but I am really no great fan of that synth. It is literally just a poor man’s Juno 60, which was its predecessor. Continue reading “Roland Juno 60”