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Stylophone Sales Center
Customers purchasing these vintage instruments through STYLOPHONE.COM are assured of a service, knowledge, experience and backup second to none. That's why we are the first choice of collectors,
see RECORDS page for more details
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ORIGINAL play-along records and tune books...
All our stock items on these pages are fully checked and serviced prior to sale.
Due to a large increase in emailed requests for help with items purchased elsewhere
(for more information click here)
All Stylophone components we carry in stock are used for our own pre-sale servicing.
(see banner top of page) is constantly being updated.
Also to come....
*History on the first use of the word 'Stylophone' in connection with a piece of musical equipment!
*Our own long history here at the Sales and Collectors sites, which too will make fascinating reading!.
We are delighted to announce that this certificate also bears the name and signature of Burt Coleman,... the Founder, and Managing Director of the Dubreq Company.
For your assurance, every Stylophone obtained from the
Each certificate has a unique serial number allocated to the Stylophone you receive. Your Stylophone will also carry this serial number inside the battery compartment.
We DO NOT sell reproductions....
Original or not??... quick and simple checks:
Whether in black, white, or 'wood finish', original English-made Dubreq Stylophones do not have any letters or marks after the 'E' in the Stylophone name. Stylophones that do carry any additional marks were made in the Far-East.
*Click Here to find out what Burt Coleman has been doing during the intervening years.*
Original Stylophones were made in England by the creators Dubreq between 1968 and 1975, before the company closed for good in 1980.
Remember, only the ORIGINAL Stylophones have these features....
Black & White models with METAL grill
Accessible circuit board for maintenance or repair
and most importantly... Vintage Analog-Circuit Technology producing that totally UNIQUE Stylophone Sound
Often Copied..... Never Bettered....
a build quality that has lasted for 40 years
The Prototype 'Mini Organ' is introduced to the press by
...The one and only
and now the
'A Startling New Invention
Sunday Mirror - 1967
Further details of the amazing Prototype-find HERE
We are the ONLY outlet where you are guaranteed to receive an ORIGINAL & VINTAGE BRITISH MADE STYLOPHONE!.
A design classic, the Stylophone not only represents the 60's and 70's like no other, but also the treasured history of British ingenuity and manufacturing.
We are proud to be the only dedicated supplier of these historical instruments.
All originals also have a large removable back cover for access to the battery compartment.
Find out why our Authenticity Certificates are more important than ever before HERE.
Rich in history, quality and longevity, these original models are the first choice of collectors and discerning musicians around the world.
These highly collectable originals hold a very special place in the heart of retro- enthusiasts, and the many musicians who have made them famous over the years.
DAVID BOWIE uses a 60's black model
More than 30 years later, he returns to the Stylophone using a 70's white model for his track 'Slip Away'
From the late 60's and right through the 70's, a product which would become an icon.
The start of the craze in Pop Culture!
Over 40 years ago...
Own A GENUINE Piece Of History...
The Original Vintage Stylophone!
Check out the SPECIALS page for the Pocket Stylophones.... fully serviced and ready to play!
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Home of the Greatest Little Instrument of the (Last!) Century!!
Our Stylophone ACM system as fitted to our own 350S models available to buy
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.. Copies and variants of this basic design have been made over the years, from locations as diverse as Russia and the Far East. Many sellers are actually
advertising foreign-made reproduction models as 'vintage' Stylophones / 'Original' Stylophones, in a vain attempt to add value / credibility. (
more info on this sharp practice can be found HERE
The most influential artist to ever pick up a stylophone has sadly passed away.