Last GRP A2 (Series 2019) before prices to be raised

The price of the A2 synthesizer will be raised with the next series – as communicated by GRP. Increase in production costs leads to an unavoidable increase in the selling price in 2020 – the first since GRP launched the A2 synthesizer 3 years ago.

While the GRP A2 costs 1200 Euros + VAT (and shipping) in 2019, the new price in 2020 will be 1500 Euros + VAT (and shipping).

The decisive fact is: The instruments of the GRP A2 Series 2019 are the last availble at the “old price”.

Therefore our recommendation: If you want to get the first-class sound of the GRP A2 synthesizer in your studio, try to fetch one of the last A2 of the Series 2019.

The current production started in September, first GRP A2 will be delivered mid / late of November 2019.

Further info and reservations under:
info (at) grpsynthesizer (dot) it


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