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“I am only one,

But still I am one.

I cannot do everything,

But still I can do something;

And because I cannot do everything,

I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.”




"Vocalzone Throat Pastilles are a unique blend of natural ingredients formulated to provide powerful relief from irritated throats caused by excessive singing, speaking or smoking."  


Over 720 million pastilles have been consumed around the world in their 104 years of existence.


Vocalzone pastilles are used by the likes of Robbie Williams and his one time bandmates Take That; Gaz Coombes of Supergrass; Rihanna, Jay-Z, Eminem, Metallica, the late great David Bowie; and the legendary Dionne Warwick who said

"I was introduced to Vocalzone while on tour about 10 years ago, and was amazed at how that tiny little pastille was able to take care of the vocal problem I was having at the time... I am never without them and have told many of my friends in the business about this "LITTLE MIRACLE PASTILLE"... Take it from someone who knows, "IT WORKS".


They are a staple part of the throat care of a few Welsh singers too, such as


Tom Jones

"I’ve got one in my mouth right now - they’re vocal lozenges that were made for singers. A fella put me on to them in the ’60s. When Kelly Jones came to see me in Cardiff for the first time, he saw my Vocalzones and said: “Wow, I never go anywhere without these things!” And then the singer from Kings of Leon said: “Do you use Vocalzones? I do too!”


Katherine Jenkins

“I always use Vocalzones before a performance. I find they really help with the clarity of my voice”


Kelly Jones, Stereophonics

Vocalzone are listed in the credits sections on the Stereophonics albums 'Word Gets Around', Performance and Cocktails' and 'Just enough Education to Perform'.


You can read an article on Sir Tom Jones and the Welsh origin of Vocalzone via this link:



Vocalzone logo Vocalzone Website


I have one each of the limited edition tins which are “(Vocalzone) website exclusive, so you will not get them anywhere else” … apart from me


1      1912 Gold edition  

1      1950s Classic edition

1      1980s Musical Note edition

1      1990s editions


and 2 ‘normal’ slim tins

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Thank you so much to Vocalzone for sending these goodies to help fundraise for Guitars 4 Good.

Drink container collage Pastilles collage with G4G logo Collage plectrums etc Walesonline.co.uk

I have 12 packs of 24 Vocalzone pastilles, which  normally sell at these prices:


£3.99 via the Vocalzone website;

£4.49 in Boots the chemist

£3.99 online at Chemist Direct

£4.99  online at musicroom.com  

plus of course postage.


If you would like to buy the pastilles from me for Guitars 4 Good’s benefit you can buy them for £2.50 plus postage


The sale of the 12 packs of pastilles that Vocalzone have generously donated to me will therefore pay for 3 of the personalised cushions, like the ones Hayley and Jessica have in the photo on the ‘G4G Gifts’ page.


The tins are normally £2.99, you can buy them from Guitars 4 Good for £2 (plus postage).

The sale of the 6 tins will pay the postage to send cushions to 3 children.



I will weigh the items and find out the correct postage as soon as possible.



Price list:

Packet of 24 pastilles         £2.50

Vocalzone tin                     £2.00 ea.

Drink container                  £1.50 ea.

Screen Cleaners               £0.20 ea.


Please email me at:

info [at] guitars4good.co.uk


if you would like to purchase any of the items on the page.


£2.50 per box of 24 pastilles.

£2.00 each.

£1.50 each.