would you trade a juno-106 and korg polysix for a roland pro

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would you trade a juno-106 and korg polysix for a roland pro

Post by patk20 » Thu Mar 14, 2019 3:21 am

would you trade a juno-106 and korg polysix for a roland promars ?
I need yur advice .... thats what have been offered for trade

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Re: would you trade a juno-106 and korg polysix for a roland

Post by alan partridge » Thu Mar 14, 2019 2:24 pm

I would, as long as the promars is in good and perfectly, or in near-perfectly working condition. Some of those go for a lot nowadays, becsause of the relationship to the Jupiter 4, and although less programmable than the earlier two synths, I think the sound is much richer.

However, with it being a monosynth, you might need a good poly instrument to go with it. If you don't have anything else analog poly, I would get a cheap analog string synth to go with it, like lots of bands did in the '70s.

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Re: would you trade a juno-106 and korg polysix for a roland

Post by patk20 » Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:09 pm

ok cool thx for your opinion .. i think i might do it ... still waiting for more pictures of the actual promars ...i tried one at the atore like 2 weeks ago , sounded really nice but condition was like 4/10

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Re: would you trade a juno-106 and korg polysix for a roland

Post by Fatbenelton » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:24 pm

I wouldn't..Not had a Pro Mars but they are supposed to be nice. However based on UK prices (£1000+ each for 106 and Polysix vs £1000-1200 for Promars) I think economically it's a bad deal.
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