"What is a Stylophone?" you ask. The original Stylophone pocket synthesizer was invented in 1967 by Brian Jarvis and manufactured by Dubreq from 1968 to 1975 as Stylophone, the original pocket electronic organ. Over three million original Stylophone synthesizers were produced and sold before the company ceased production. Today's Stylophone reissue was introduced by the inventor's son, Ben Jarvis and is manufactured by Dubreq, Ltd. The reissue retains all of the original features but with up-to-date technology. The current Stylophone retro pocket synth is a modern, portable synthesizer with a hit-filled past and present.

The Stylophone's unique sound has featured on numerous hit records. How many single instruments, manufactured by one company, can claim a list of artists who have played it that includes David Bowie, Queen, Rick Wakeman, Vangelis, Kraftwerk, Orbital, Marilyn Manson, Gotye, The Beatles, The White Stripes, Vince Clarke, and hundreds more?

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Michele Thomas Vocabulary Part One


"Hello", he lied.

(used to express a greeting, answer a telephone, or attract attention.)
(an exclamation of surprise, wonder, elation, etc.)
(used derisively to question the comprehension, intelligence, or common sense of the person being addressed): You're gonna go out with him?
Noun, plural hel-los.
The call "hello" (used as an expression of greeting):
She gave me a warm hello.
Verb (used without object), hel-loed, hel-lo-ing.
To say "hello"; to cry or shout:
I helloed, but no one answered.