Roland JU-06A Synthesizer: An Overview

The Roland JU-06A Synthesizer is a revamped Boutique with two perfectly modeled JUNO synths in one. Based off Roland‘s JU-60 and JU106 models, the JU-06A is a portable combo of the two with chord memory functions that allow you create a huge variety of sounds, and add them to any mix.

Play Chords the Way You Want

The JU-06A features a chord memory function which can be used at the same time as the built-in arpeggiator or step sequencer (16 steps) for some sick polyphonic phrases. Note Mode turns preset buttons into actual notes that you can play to break the boundaries on interesting melodic effects. The user memory includes tons of sound patches, 16 sequencer patterns, and 16 chord memories.

Connect and Add to Any Mix

Control the JU-06A from a master keyboard or DAW, add a DK-01 Boutique Dock for convenient tilting position options, or a K-25m Keyboard to fit your needs. On the back panel, you’ll find an Extension Clock input to poly chain it to the JU-06, Headphones jack, Output jack, Mix input, MIDI ports, and a USB port. Feel free to synch it with a modular.

Take Your Sound with You

Save all the cumbersome, heavy lifting for later! The JU-06A is a compact, 11-13/16″ x 1-15/16″ x 5-1/16″ (WxHxD) module that easily fits into a backpack and weighs just 2 lbs, 4 oz. It also runs off battery power (4 x AA) for up to 6 hours, or USB bus power.


  • Two JUNO synths in one
  • Chord Memory, Arpeggiator, and Step Sequencer
  • Note Mode turns preset buttons into notes you can play
  • Works with K-25m Keyboard and poly chains to the JU-06
  • Headphones jack, Output jack, Mix input, and MIDI ports
  • Compact, lightweight design
  • Runs off battery (4 x AA) or USB bus power

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Tiffany Williams started her musical journey at the age of 7 when she learned to play the keyboard. By the 6th grade the viola became her passion, and she played in her middle and high school string and symphonic orchestras, pit orchestra, and Chamber Ensemble. She has participated in multiple music events and festivals including Music in the Parks and NYSSMA (levels 5/6), and was inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society. In college she played in the string orchestra and was selected to play in the Binghamton Symphonic Orchestra. As a member of the Binghamton Explorchestra she played, conducted, and had the opportunity to showcase two of her own compositions. Pursuing her musical endeavors, she challenges herself to learning other instruments, and has composed 14 songs which are now copyrighted in the U.S. Library of Congress. She continues to play and compose and is delighted to be a part of the Sam Ash team.