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Vox advertisement (1966)

Paul Revere and the Raiders Ride on Top with Vox

Vox Phantom, Vox Phantom IV bass, Vox AC 100 Super De Luxe amplifier, Vox Foundation amplifier

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Vox advertisement (1966) Paul Revere and the Raiders Ride on Top with Vox

Mid sixties Vox advert featuring Paul Revere and the Raiders and their Vox equipment. The Phantom guitar and bass, plus some Vox valve amplifiers: the AC-100 and Foundation bass amp

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