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Stylophone S1 Pocket Synthesizer

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Estimated in stock Fri Jul 22 2022

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Manufactured by Dubreq since 1968 and producing a unique sound featured in classic hits by everyone from David Bowie to the White Stripes, the portable Stylophone S1 Pocket Synthesizer retains all the features from the original Stylophone, but with up-to-date technology. Tap and slide on the keys with the stylus to play your favorite songs, and use the knob to tune the Stylophone or to create pitch-bend effects. Easy to use and perfect for beginners, the portable Stylophone requires three AA batteries (not included). 


Features of the Stylophone S1 Pocket Synthesizer include:

  • Retro design and chrome grille.
  • Portable, built-in speaker.
  • Vibrato and tone switches.
  • Tuning control.
  • 3-octave range.
  • 3.5mm line out and headphone jack.
  • Faithful digital recreation of the original analog sounds, plus two new sounds.
  • Updated features include audio passthrough, allowing you to amplify its sounds through your connected receiver via a line-out jack, and volume control.
  • Requires three AA batteries (not included). 
  • Made of plastic.
  • Measures 1.6h x 6.3w x 3.8"d.
  • Size
    1.6h x 6.3w x 3.8"d
  • Materials
    Plastic
  • Year of Design
    1968
  • Origin
    Imported

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Why We Chose This
Invented in 1967 by Brian Jarvis, the Stylophone was the first pocket synthesizer on the market. This analog innovation has a metal keyboard that's made from a printed circuit board, with each stylus-played note connected to a voltage-controlled oscillator. Because of its lo-fi charm and quirky retro-futuristic sound, the Stylophone has endured as a musical icon and has been used over the decades by legions of musicians, including David Bowie, Kraftwerk (on their 1981 song "Pocket Calculator"), legendary music producer Tony Visconti and They Might Be Giants.

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