Dubreq Stylophone S-1

DUBREQ STYLOPHONE S-1 

Stylophone History 

“What is a Stylophone?” you ask. The original Stylophone pocket synthesizer was invented in 1967 by Brian Jarvis and manufactured by Dubreq from 1968 to 1975 as Stylophone, the original pocket electronic organ. Over three million original Stylophone synthesizers were produced and sold before the company ceased production. Today’s Stylophone reissue was introduced by the inventor’s son, Ben Jarvis and is manufactured by Dubreq, Ltd. The reissue retains all of the original features but with up-to-date technology. The current Stylophone retro pocket synth is a modern, portable synthesizer with a hit-filled past and present.

 

Features include:

  • Classic retro design with chromed grille
  • Nickel-plated keyboard played with brass-tipped stylus
  • Vibrato function
  • Line-in and headphone sockets (3.5mm jack)
  • 3 voices, bass, classic and treble

Additional features

  • Built-in Stylus
  • Built-in Speaker
  • Vibrato Switch
  • Volume Control
  • Tone Switch
  • Tuning Control
  • On/Off Switch
  • MP3 Input (3.5mm)
  • Line Out (3.5mm)
  • 3.5mm Cable Inc

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