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Overview

This is the rack version of the Roland Super JX-10

The Roland Super JX-10 is a 12-voice analog synthesizer released in 1986 and was the last full analog synthesizer they manufactured. An updated take on it's predecessor the JX-8P, the JX-10 features a full 76 keyboard with velocity and aftertouch, two DCO's (Digitally controlled oscillators) per voice, a resonant 24/dB analog filter, and a digital LCD screen with complex programmability and storage. Like the JX-8P, the JX-10 utilizes the PG-800 programmer for expanded knob tweaking and programmability. The JX-10 was also released as a rack version known as the MKS-70.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • MKS-70
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 1980s
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  • AWESOME and the last of Rolands Analog Synths!

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    Having TWO JX8P's in one rack mount box is awesome! Classic Roland analog sounds are great! You can't go wrong here plus its built like a tank and made to last!