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Recreate 'Space Oddity' sounds with a Bowie-edition Stylophone

David Bowie famously used a on all the way back in 1969. Over half a century later, Stylophone maker Dubreq has released a Bowie version of the synthesizer.

Dubreq teamed up with The David Bowie Archive on the limited-edition Bowie Stylophone. It’s not functionally different from a regular Stylophone, though. There’s a Bowie logo and it comes with a booklet that dives into his music and features archive photos.

Still, given Bowie’s long association with the instrument (he used it on the 2002 song as well), it could be a neat memento for fans. You can buy the Bowie Stylophone for $40.

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