1966 British advertisement for Vox amplifiers featuring the new Vox semi-acoustic teardrop electric guitar, the Spitfire Mark VI
Man with a problem. But not for long. Anyone will tell him that VOX amplifiers are the finest in the world, and the most reliable. There are
no problems with VOX. Designed to meet the needs of the professional
musician, these amps are quality-perfect, trouble-free. And a VOX
amplifier is the finest partner for a VOX guitar.
Vox Amplifiers - VOX: Sound of the Longhairs (Beatles)
When Beatles manager Brian Epstein made a deal with Vox to use their amplifiers exclusively, neither he nor Vox knew how big the band would become, and what an impact they would have on the music s...
Vox Amplifiers - Vox: It's What's Happening (Paul Revere and the Raiders)
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.
Vox Amplifiers - Vox: It's What's Happening to... SCENE '67
Mid sixties Vox amplifier advertisement placed by JMI in the UK in late 1966. It features Mick Jagger, frontman of the Rolling Stones. The big sounds of '67 are already in the air - created by VOX ...
Vox Spitfire Mk. VI - Breakaway Acoustic / Electric
British Vox advert placed by JMI in April 1966. Vox had launched a signature bass for Rolling Stone Bill Wyman - the Wyman Bass. It was a semi-acoustic version of the teardrop-shaped Mark IV, promo...
Vox Amplifiers - Vox; It's Whats Happening
By the time this vox ad had been printed the Beatles image was very different to the suits shown here - rather ironic considering the advert title...
Paul McCartney is playing his trademark...
Vox Amplifiers - Storm On - To New Sounds
Advertisement likening the (then) new Vox solid state amplifiers to a thunder storm.
"Get sound and see imagery happening with Vox"
Vox Amplifiers - Frankfurt Fair
Two page advertisement advertising Voxs presence at the Frankfurt music fair of 1969
Vox Amplifiers - The Guvnors. Solid-State Bricks in a Wild Wall of Sound
It's the Guv'nors.The six-strong sound magnifying mob that turn sounds into moods and bass lines into throbbing space. What's new? In a word-transistorisation. The solid-state cramming that gives I...