Early sixties UK advert for Vox guitars and amplifiers. Features a Vox Soundcaster solid-body electric.
Pure undistorted sound, superb quality, strength and reliability - these are the qualities that add up to the perfection of VOX sound equipment. Jennings (JMI) advertised the Vox Soundcaster widely in the UK press at this time; it was their top-of-range model, but despite this, it only sold in small numbers.
Mid sixties Vox advert for guitars and amplifiers. The guitar pictured is Vox's premium solid-body guitar, the Fender Stratocaster-inspired Vox Soundcaster
Early British Vox advert from the beginning of 1964. The Stratocaster-inspired Vox Soundcaster was very widely promoted at this time.
Latest modifications to this fine VOX instrument result in...
Mid Sixties Vox advertisement featuring the Beatles playing a live concert, and using Vox amplifiers. The Beatles were absolutely huge at this time, and Vox had used them in their publicity on nume...
Another advert in the 'Vox: it's what's happening series' from 1966-67, this time featuring Paul Revere and the Raiders. Others in the series feature the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.