In 1968 a British engineer, Brian Jarvis, was trying to mend his niece’s piano. One circuit board and a stylus later and the unique monophonic organ was born or as it is known the world over, the Stylophone. 50 years later and Stylophone is going strong with new fans, new products, and new packaging. A recent appearance in the film Baby Driver in 2017 has also helped keep this cult British brand at the heart of contemporary music and culture as one of the world’s most iconic musical instruments, with over 4 million units sold since 1968. From now until July 31, 2018, you can enter
the global music competition, as part of its 50th Anniversary celebrations to be judged by the legendary producer of David Bowie’s Space Oddity, Tony Visconti. Whether you are a professional or an amateur, a producer, a DJ or a musician or all of the above Stylophone would like you to create a special piece of music for its birthday. See more at https://dubreq.com/stylophone50
My Opinion: The Stylophone is a very interesting and small enough to carry to play music virtually anywhere. The sounds are very unique that you can create from it.
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