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The Apollo was an Italian-built Vox, manufactured at the E.M.E Vox plant in Recanati, for the American market. It was similar to the Vox Bossman, but with different neck inlays, scratchplate, and slightly different body cutaway: Florentine rather than Venetian. Otherwise the two guitars were practically identical.

The following description comes from the 1968 Vox catalogue

A sensational 6-string Florentine cutaway electric acoustic guitar. Has built-in E tuner, distortion booster, treble and bass booster. All new easy-to-fret fast-neck featuring VOX double T-bar and adjustable steel rod. Has exclusive VOX Ferro-Sonic pickup. Fully adjustable bridge. Has volume and tone controls. Chrome plated machine heads. Sunburst or Cherry.

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1968
$295 (23-6-68)

1970
$190 (2-2-70)

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