Roland JUNO-G
Roland JUNO-G

JUNO-G, Digital Synth from Roland in the Juno series.

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jfherts 09/01/2007

Roland JUNO-G : jfherts's user review


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Synth numrique 5 octave, touch lightweight.
Controller standard (volume, modulation, and 2-3 bend funny stuff as the cutoff etc. ..)
4 audio outputs
USB interface
The keys are slightly smaller than the norm, but you get done I think.


Trs intuitive use. I did not open many of the manual.


The sound for the price are really not bad at all. I find it versatile trs, trs is the wide range of sounds to me sounds acoustic, some electric pianos, strings, clavinet, pads, leads, pulse, and electronic sounds plutt efficient, etc. ...
I bought it because my JV 80 loose slowly. And it's a gnration suprieure (logic). The sound is much softer, fuller, cleaner. Sounds s'intgrent dj trs well in a mix (if well chosen).


At most I use it, the more I tell myself that I made the right choice.
I have long hsit with other models in the same price range. I find the report qualitprix really impressive. You can really do a lot of things with this keyboard. There are a few features that make using INTERESTED trs enjoyable.
I just fear for her strong. It is trslger (too may be) and j'espre the buttons hold up a little more than a year and a half. We'll see.

For the price: 9 / 10

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Voil ... just a small point ngatif makes me a little scared for the long term because the screen does not really support the hot. So play in the sun is clearly deprecated! Dernirement, the screen really does not place an AIM (the shadow) but with a heat intense enough and powerful enough spots 2-3 m). I agree that it is deprecated to play with a machine of this kind in such conditions, but I find that it is sensitive enough.