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Vox advertisement (1963)

Vox Go the Beatles

Vox AC 30 amplifier, Vox T-60 amplifier

Vox advertisement (1963) Vox Go the Beatles

Vox advertisement placed by JMI in the UK in late 1963. With the Beatles becoming evermore popular throughout 1963, Vox were right with them. Beatles manager, Brian Epstein, had made a deal with Vox in 1962 to use Vox amplifiers, and this continued throughout the early and mid 1960s, until Epsteins death in 1967.

The Beatles are pictured here with their Vox amplifiers: Vox AC30 guitar amplifiers and the T60 bass amp.

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