You can now order an assembled TTSH
US Low-Gain Electronics offer an built version of the ARP 2600 clone manufactured by The Human Comparator.
The Human Comparator TTSH (Two Thousand Six Hundred) is only available as a DIY kit (see this news). For those who don’t have the time, the willing or the knowledge to build the synth, Low-Gain Electronics can do it for you.
Two casing options are available, a desktop case or a suitcase-type version with tolex and the color of your choice.
The price of this service is $3500, you will have to add the shipping fees (may vary according to the country where it is shipped) and 3% PayPal fees. Delay times vary from 4 to 12 weeks according to the number of orders and the component availability.
To order this service, visit www.lowgain-audio.com.
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