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

Synthesize Me! Using the legendary Stylophone with learning disabled musicians
John Simpson | 02, October

Synthesize Me! Another great music project with the Youth Music Network and Carousel. Dubreq are pleased to be

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Stylophone Beatbox
Stylophone Beatbox Repackaged
John Simpson | 01, October

Portable Electronic Beats Machine has been repackaged! The baby beats machine now comes in a eye popping, colourful

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Dubreq Stylophone and Rhythmix
John Simpson | 05, September

Great to be involved with Rhythmix providing opportunities for music making to people in challenging circumstances. Really happy to help. https://rhythmixmusic.org.uk/about.html

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Stylophone and the Museum of Portable Sound
John Simpson | 20, August

Thank you The Museum of Portable Sound #Stylophone very happy to be part of the Physical Objects Collection! Contact: http://museumofportablesound.com

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