Description
The Roland JV-1080, released in Japan in 1994, is a superb vintage digital synth. This synth has a lot of really good sounds, ranging from acoustic instruments to analog synth-like bass and lead tones. As expected from Roland, the overall build and sound quality is excellent. The synth has 3x stereo outputs as well as MIDI connectivity, so it can be easily controlled by any keyboard via standard MIDI. There are slots for expansion as well. If you're looking for an authentic 90s synth, I highly recommend the JV-1080.

Condition
This unit is in excellent condition (please see pictures), cosmetically gorgeous with only minor signs of use and age overall. A few of the screws from the panel for the expansion bay are missing, but the panel is fixed well. The synth is in perfect working condition and sounds awesome! All buttons and knobs and input/output are working. Includes power cable.


Other
This unit requires AC 100V (50Hz/60Hz). If you need a high-quality Japanese-made transformer to change the voltage for your country, please message me. I can sell it at cost and include it in the same shipment. Please refer to my shipping policies before ordering. And don't hesitate to send me a message if you have questions. Thank you!

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Listed4 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
Brand
Model
  • JV-1080 64-Voice Synthesizer Module
Finish
  • Black
Categories
Year
  • 1994 - 2001
Made In
  • Japan

Black Tokyo Sky

Tokyo, Japan
Sales:61
Joined Reverb:2020

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