In the early 1960s, Comptons introduced the HE2 which was the entertainment version of the CH2. It was almost identical in construction but featured Chimes and Vibraphone percussion effects.
Very few examples of this model exist today but one can be found at Wesley Methodist Church in the Kingswood district of Bristol. It was originally built in 1965 for the nearby Speedwell Methodist Church and was chosen as the organist at the time specified that he wanted something that would be suitable for the playing entertainment music as well as traditional.
The specification reads:
Contra Bass 16'
Bass Flute 8'
Vox Humana 8'