Stylophone Retro Pocket Synthesizer

Brand: Stylophone

Item: #710034
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The Stylophone is a miniature analog stylus-operated keyboard that was invented in 1967 by Brian Jarvis. This pocket-sized synthesizer consists of a metal keyboard played by touching it with a connected stylus. Simply remove the pen and tap any key for classic synth sounds. There is a switch to add vibrato and you can choose from one of three different retro organ type sounds. The tuning knob on the bottom allows for some pitch-bend effects to have fun with. The Stylophone is one of the simplest electronic instruments you will find, but it's minimal style is a big part of its charm.

  • Requires 3 AA batteries (not included)
  • Choose from three different retro organ sounds, Optional vibrato effect
  • Tuning knob on bottom allows you tune the Stylophone or do pitch-bend effects
  • Built in speaker with volume control, Optional headphone jack
  • Input for MP3 player mixes your music with the Stylophone and outputs everything through the built-in speaker


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