JP-8000 Service manual

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JP-8000 Service manual

Post by Jaspee » Fri Dec 11, 2009 7:44 pm

Hi,

Just got a hold of a Roland JP-8000 and im looking for the service manual for this synth. Ive searched through all the links on this forum but cant seem to find a document witch schematics.

Cheers,

-Jsp

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Re: JP-8000 Service manual

Post by Maschinengeist » Sat Dec 12, 2009 2:14 am

I've got the complete service manual, in PDF, excellent quality.
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Re: JP-8000 Service manual

Post by BlackGnosis » Fri Dec 25, 2009 2:43 am

Jaspee wrote:Hi,

Just got a hold of a Roland JP-8000 and im looking for the service manual for this synth. Ive searched through all the links on this forum but cant seem to find a document witch schematics.

Cheers,

-Jsp
I've got 2 JP-8k manuals + patchcard, I might be able to help you get a physical copy of it since they are almost bloody useless with a JP-8080 when it comes to layout info and signal paths.
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