You might remember
"El Monstruo" from this video.
Via Mark Jenkins:
"My huge custom analog/MIDI polyphonic modular synthesizer system "El Monstruo" is now on sale.
The system comprises a Delta Music Research four-note polyphonic analog modular synth with microprocessor controlled polyphonic keyboard, two Moog Taurus 2 monophonic analog bass synth brains, two Korg MS2000 polyphonic MIDI synthesizer/ sequencers, a Quasimidi Polymorph polyphonic MIDI synthesizer/sequencer, a Quasimidi 309 Groove X Klaus Schulze Limited Edition drum machine, a FutureRetro Mobius MIDI/CV sequencer, a modulised Roland SH3a monophonic analog synthesizer, two Pro Muzer dual analog drum synths, a Nobels 4-channel and TASCAM MM1 MIDI mute programmable 20-channel mixers, quarter inch jack patchbay, a Roland MKB200 splittable MIDI controller keyboard, and a Synare PS1 analog drum synth (non-working), plus extensive power supply, MIDI/audio cabling and mounting accessories.
The system is mounted in custom cabinets designed to match the Delta Music Research synth and is located in London (UK) for collection.
"El Monstruo" featured late last year on "The Gadget Show" on Channel 5 TV (UK), from which a clip is included at the start of this YouTube tour around the system [previously posted here]
Offers accepted from 4995.00 pounds. Collection in London only, no shipping. The system is now stored in three suitcases plus smaller boxes and will fit in any saloon car.