JHS to Distribute Stylophone Synth Worldwide
Independent trade distributor John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. has secured a deal with Stylophone creator Dubreq to exclusively distribute the cult pocket synthesiser worldwide.
The modern-day Stylophone features Classic, Synth or Bass sounds, with or without vibrato enhancement, and players can play along with music on their MP3 player.
The Stylophone – which costs a mere £16.99 UK RRP (roughly $22.25) – has a headphone socket and volume control, and its tuning control provides many octaves of sound. To read more, click here…
Ben Jarvis, head of Dubreq (and son of the Stylophone’s inventor, Brian Jarvis) said, “Dubreq began working with JHS in 2012, and they proved very quickly to be enthusiastic and committed to the brand and clearly shared Dubreq’s vision for the Stylophone in the MI market.”
Dennis Drumm, JHS’s managing director, adds, “I remember, as a music store salesman in my twenties, over thirty years ago, having such fun selling Stylophones… The Stylophone was always such fun, and in those intervening years has become an icon, and a British one to boot.”
For more information, check out the JHS website, visit their NAMM booth at Hall E 1212, or contact JHS export sales manager Adam Butterworth at firstname.lastname@example.org.