New Roland synth at the NAMM 2004: the Juno-D

A new Roland synth at the NAMM 2004: The Roland Juno-D

Roland proudly announces the Juno-D — the most competitively priced and full-featured synthesizer in its class.

Hundreds of radio-ready sounds are packed into the Juno-D’s jet-black metal chassis, along with a world-class array of expressive multi-effects, realtime performance controllers, and tools for groove creation and composition. Considering how much power it packs for such little cash, the new Juno redefines the phrase “bang for the buck.”

Affordable 61-note synthesizer with 64-note polyphony, improved keyboard feel, and GM2 compatibility.

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