BOWIE STYLOPHONE

34.95

GET THE ‘SPACE ODDITY’ SOUND

Ground control to Major Tom: introducing the limited-edition Bowie Stylophone, a stylish reimagining of the original pocket synthesizer.

The ultimate collectible for any Bowie fan.

  • Limited-edition David Bowie-inspired synthesizer
  • Special white design featuring embossed Bowie logo
  • Full colour booklet celebrating David Bowie’s work and featuring exclusive contributions and archive photographs
  • Compact & battery-powered
  • 3 way Octave switch / Vibrato switch
  • Built-in speaker & headphone socket for playing on the go
  • Batteries required: 3 x AA (not included)

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RETRO BOWIE STYLE
This Stylophone has had a makeover. Now with a dazzling white frame, speaker surround and back panel, and the spaceship-silver grill has the electrifying Bowie logo embossed on it – fit for Ziggy himself.

THE ORIGINAL POCKET SYNTHESIZER
Beneath the Starman exterior, you’ll enjoy the much-loved analog experience that’s entertained millions since the ‘60s. Fun stylus operation, authentic analog sound, 3 different modes with a wobbly vibrato button – great for all kinds of classic synth and bass sounds. Once you pick it up, you won’t want to put it back down…

PORTABLE AND EASY TO USE
At less than 12cm wide, it’ll fit right in your coat pocket, rucksack, or handbag. Better still, it runs on 3 x AA batteries, and features a built-in speaker and headphone socket, so you can play it everywhere you go. Tune it up with the control on the back, choose your sound, and play along to your favourite songs – perfect for synth enthusiasts and beginners alike!

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS
The Stylophone is accompanied by a commemorative booklet that explores Bowie’s music. It features photography from throughout his career, including several previously unpublished shots of Bowie courtesy of Tony Visconti, Mark Adams and The David Bowie Archive.


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Dubreq Stylophone – Creators of the Original Pocket Synthesizer and Unique Sound Since 1968.