Dubreq has introduced a limited-edition Bowie Stylophone.
The Stylophone was featured on David Bowie’s breakthrough 1969 single Space Oddity, and Bowie used it in live performances. Here’s a 2002 performance of Slip Away, featuring a Stylophone solo:
The new model is a collaboration between Dubreq and The David Bowie Archive. It’s a variation on the classic design, with Bowie-themed styling and a booklet on Bowie, featuring photos from the Archive.
Pricing and Availability
The Bowie Stylophone is available now for £29.95/€34.95/$39.9.
5 thoughts on “Dubreq Intros Limited Edition David Bowie Stylophone”
HAha damn, shameless profiteering off the dead.
marketing has no shame.
I had the same initial reaction. 15 search-engine-using-seconds later, looks like “The David Bowie Archive” is an official thing. Maybe try out a search engine before you needlessly trash things on the Internet? Just a browser tab away.
very fun, RIP to the legend.
I bought one. RIP Bowie and my friend the great drummer John Blackwell who played on Bowies last album, if you do buy one get the cool case to keep it in.
Complete tat, you’ll use it once or twice and then it’ll live in a draw