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Dubreq - Stylophone Gen X-1
Dubreq
Stylophone Gen X-1
69,99 €
 
Dubreq - Stylophone Gen X-1
Dubreq - Stylophone S-1
Dubreq
Stylophone S-1
34,99 €
 
Dubreq - Stylophone S-1
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Dubreq Synthezisers

The Stylophone was invented in 1968 by Brian Jarvis of Dubreq Studios, London. Repairing a toy piano for his niece, Brian had the idea to replace the toy keys with electronics, creating a monophonic organ and a unique, electronic sound. Designed with a simple oscillator, controlled by a metal keyboard on a printed circuit board and played with a hand-held stylus, the Dubreq Stylophone was born. Dubreq’s Stylophone pocket synthesizer was an overnight success as an instrument that’s fun to use and easy to play.

In July 1969, David Bowie released the classic tune “Space Oddity”, inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s film “2001: A Space Odyssey”. It was the first pop song to feature the Dubreq Stylophone and its unique electronic tone. The Stylophone has been used by many great artists including David Bowie, Kraftwerk, Blondie, The White Stripes and Jarvis, securing its place in music history. Today the Dubreq Stylophone is used in new and inventive ways – from hip-hop to classical, metal to folk, there’s always room for its unique sound.

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