This advertisement comes from a book: the Shadows modern electric guitar tutor. The Shadows were a very well known British band, and guitarist Hank Marvin invented the Tremolo (you can see his signature) on the Phantom and Consort shown here. The text and images are mostly the same as the 1963 catalogue, although the Consort shown here does not have the teardrop headstock.
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This early Vox advert comes from the August 1963 issue of Beat Monthly (later renamed Beat Instrumental), and shows the new Phantom (it first appeared the previous year) and the Foundation bass amp.
This advertisement comes from a book: the Shadows modern electric guitar tutor. This Vox advertisement for the AC10, AC15 and AC30 also features a nice early Vox Phantom guitar with the chrome cov...
British advert from January 1964. A selection of then-available Vox equipment: the Phantom, Phantom bass, Continental organ, and AC30 and Foundation bass amplifiers.
United Kingdom Vox advertisement for all instruments: guitar, bass, keyboards and ampifiers. This was placed at a time when demand for Vox instruments (due to association with the British beat-boom...
As well as featuring 3 guitars: Mark VI 222, Bobcat, and Phantom IV bass, this advert also shows the Essex bass amp, and Vox Continental organ