WNAMM13: Dubreq Stylophone Preview

Chunky metal construction with synth functions      23/01/13

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We've been hoping to see one of these in the flesh for some time, so we were pleased to catch up with Ben from Dubreq, who while confessing to not be a player or synth expert, was greatly enthused by the product.

First impression is of something really sturdilly built with a solid heft to it.

Hopefully we will be getting hold of one fore review in the not too distant future so will be able to give a more in-depth opinion.

Available soon at £299/$399.

 

 


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John    Said...

Is this Ben Fisher ?

I know from the Dubreq site that Ben Fisher is associated with this product .

You can Google it but Ben Fisher is a con artist who has stolen tens of thousands of punds from his customers through his http://www.chimera-synthesis.com/ site and some other sites .

It is just incredible that this person is not in prison.

24-Jan-13 09:12 AM


Simon Beck    Said...

This is NOT Ben Fisher - it is Ben Jarvis, President of Dubreq and son of Brian Jarvis, who invented the original Stylophone in 1967. If Ben Fisher was involved in the design of the circuitry, he seems to have done a reasonable job of it.

25-Jan-13 06:18 AM


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