Makers of the classic Stylophone that is still an essential part of many a band’s toolkit. The Stylophone is a miniature analog stylus-operated synthesizer invented in 1967. It sold in its millions as a toy, but has also featured on recordings by artists such as David Bowie, Erasure, Orbital and Jack White. The company was reformed in 2003 and the Stylophone was relaunched. Dubreq has just launched an amalog synth - the Stylophone S2. Dubreq is currently run by Ben Jarvis (son of the inventor of the Stylophone, Brian Jarvis) and Tim Crook, both are Industrial Designers.