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Good synth for an amateur.

sturm347

Hi Guys, I'm new here in your and I've been reading the forums. I kinda know what I really want but just need some good advice if that what I really need.
I'm actually would like to get a Roland Juno Gi but not really sure if that is the one I need.
I'm just a home musician who likes play a little music here and there (used to play way back in the late 80's LOL)
I used to play in my friends house where he has an old yamaha DX-7, so I saved up money to purchase my own gear so I could play at home. I'm not actually sure what I'm looking for but from what I've read about the Juno-Gi, sounds really good to what I plan to do. I usually play new age stuff, jazz fusion and electronica. I've budgeted my needs to between 1500 to 2000 for a good package (KB,amps, software). If you could recommend a good synth/setup/package, I would be grateful. Thanks
July 24, 2012 @09:07am
jkwheel8766

I have the Juno G and I use it out a lot. I enjoy the versatility and the sounds. I would expand the memory and get the DVD, but it is a great board! Enjoy!
July 24, 2012 @02:58pm
jjhcw

I use a Juno G and it really is a good board at a good price. Roland really has great products.
July 26, 2012 @09:44pm