Stylophone History

Invented in 1968 by Brian Jarvis, co-founder of Dubreq Studios, the Stylophone has become one of the best selling single musical instruments of all time, having sold three million units in the 1960’s and 70’s, and almost a million further units since it’s re-launch in 2007.

About Dubreq

Dubreq Ltd is a British company dedicated to making exciting products both in the musical instrument and gift industries.
Famous for the Stylophone, Dubreq Ltd was reformed in 2003, linked to the original Dubreq of the 60’s and 70’s.

Latest News

How Dubby Stylophone Sounds Got into Lee Scratch Perry’s Rainford
John Simpson | 17, July

When it comes to sonic wizardy, there’s probably no man greater than Lee Scratch Perry, the Jamaican dub

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Jarvis Cocker Evolves the Stylophone With The Fat White Family
John Simpson | 10, July

We’ve had a double whammy of Jarvis Cocker stylophone action recently. The ex-Pulp frontman uses the GEN X-1

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The Stylophone Orchestra Hits the Stage Once Again
John Simpson | 04, July

Why use one Stylophone when you can use many? In fact, why use any other instruments at all?

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Dubreq announces pro analog synth Stylophone GEN R-8 with touch keyboard
John Simpson | 15, January

The Stylophone GEN R-8 is a dual VCO British made boutique synthesizer with a fully analog signal path

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