This page is devoted to posting websites that stock and sell various synth parts.
Syntaur Keyboard Parts
A note about Syntaur Productions “out of stock” Synth Parts. – Syntaur does not update their website regularly. This has caused a lot of problems and therefore I can’t recommend Syntaur as a reliable resource for synth parts. I do suggest that you email them first and even call after that taking names of course. Twice they didn’t have the part I needed but it was listed as in stock on their website. Furthermore I have received quite a few emails from other potential customers saying they had similar experiences. Syntaur’s website is not accurate. Buyer beware when purchasing from Syntaur.
UPDATE 12/2013. I recently purchased an Ensoniq output expander cable from Syntaur. The transaction and communication was flawless. I had a very good experience, so perhaps things have changed now. Give them a try! You too may have a great experience now. Thanks!
Replacement Synthesizer Key Guide
The place that keeps your retro machine going!! I am MECH, and this is my personal shopping cart setup to help people needing reasonable deals on retro equipment. I have set this up to try and avoid the insane EBAY fee’s and hopefully pass along cheaper deals to the users. My specialty is AMIGA! but many of the SCSI items I have here will work on everything from Apple, Atari, Mac, Sun, Sgi, Texas Instruments, Trs-80, X68000 as well as your older classic samplers like Akia, E-MU, Roland, Kurzwell, Yamaha.
The Synth Spa – Roland Juno 106 Repair
Allen Coppock is the master when it comes to Roland Juno 106 repair. He has repaired two of my Juno 106 synths and they are 100% flawless.
Note I don’t recommend the Synthspa anymore. I have had too many emails from visitors with communication and product delivery issues. The Synth Spa does great work, but there are definitely communication and time issues. Best of luck.