Roland Boutique

    Roland Boutique

    Roland Boutique

    AMS is excited to highlight the new limited Roland Boutique synth modules modeled after three of the most powerful vintage Roland analog synths ever created. These limited edition pieces are incredible tools for any home studio or live rig, adding an analog flavor that fits comfortably on any tabletop or in a performance setup. Use them standalone, connect any of them to the K25-M keyboard dock or other USB keyboard devices, and even chain two of the same model together to stack polyphonic voices. Portable, powerful, and flexible, these durable and lightweight synths can run either on micro-USB power or go untethered with 4 AA-batteries. The unforgettable sounds of these incredibly priced Roland Boutiques aren’t going to be available long, so be sure to get yours from AMS before they’re gone!

    Roland JP08 Boutique Synthesizer Module

    Roland JP08 Boutique Synthesizer Module

    Faithfully modeled after the Jupiter-8, Roland’s iconic flagship analog synthesizer released in 1981, the new JP-08 four-voice polyphonic synth module is a sonic force for producers and performers alike. Designed with a full layout of 36 knobs and sliders drawn from the Jupiter-8’s original front panel, the JP-08 accurately reproduces the authentic sound while adding a number of new parameters for a whirlwind of additional possibilities.

    Roland JU06 Boutique Synthesizer Module

    Roland JU06 Boutique Synthesizer Module

    Highly prized for its straightforward audio synthesis and a comfortable interface for fast workflow, the Roland Juno-106 began to introduce digital components alongside the analog – a groundbreaking trend upon its release in 1984. Roland’s new JU-06 module gives you all the full, rich bass, lush pads, distinct pulsar tones, and unforgettable chorus effects that made the original Juno-106 so popular.

    Roland JX03 Boutique Synthesizer Module

    Roland JX03 Boutique Synthesizer Module

    Back in 1983, the notable JX-3P analog synth was one of the first Roland instruments to incorporate a MIDI interface and combined both a programmable setup with immediate access to preset sounds. The new Roland Boutique four-voice JX-03 inherits the distinct sounds of this classic synth, complete with 24 knobs that were found on the original PG-200 control module add-on.

    Roland K25M 25 Key Keyboard Unit for Boutique Synth Modules

    Roland K25M 25 Key Keyboard Unit for Boutique Synth Modules

    Turn any of these great synth modules into a standalone keyboard instrument with the K25-M 25-key unit. Smooth and easy docking to this velocity sensitive keyboard allows the user to position these synths completely flat or at a tilted angle for comfortable programming access.

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