The Juno-60 was released in September 1982, offering new features that improved upon its predecessor, the Juno-6. Patch storage memory was introduced, enabling the user to save up to 54 patches. It also featured the Roland Digital Control Bus (DCB) interface, which allowed the Juno-60 to be connected to other external instruments and sequencers. These additions made it favorable with live musicians and bands, who benefited greatly from the patch memory and connectivity.
PLEASE NOTE: Actual pics. Great condition, some normal wear and tear, left end cheek has a couple small areas of delamination, some small chipping on end cheeks, release slider very slightly bent
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