This information is for the old original Dubreq Stylophone from the 1970's. There are a lot of modern reproduction stylophones that use an 8 leg chip to produce the sound, these stylophones usually have multiple sounds and already have a volume control. Sometimes these stylophones are sold as 'original stylophone' but they are not (although they are made by the son of the original stylophone designer). There was also the 'new sound' stylophone in the late 70's(ish) which were made by Dubreq. The 'new sound' stylophones also used an 8 leg chip to produce the sound and had a volume control fitted. This page is mainly about the original stylophone without the 8 leg chip. I cannot give advice on other stylophones, as I do not own them so cannot experiment on them. Use this info at your own risk. I am not liable for any damage to yourself or your equipment by following anything listed on my website.
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