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Vox Bobcat V219

Thinline electric acoustic guitar

Vox had been producing solid body guitars at its Dartford plant (UK) throughout the 1960s, but lacked the expertise to produce semi-acoustic instruments in any real numbers. As the decade proceeded, and semi-acoustics became more and more popular, Vox outsourced the production of electric acoustics to several other companies, most notably Eko and Crucianelli of Italy.

The Vox Bobcat was a three pickup thin-line semi-acoustic guitar, first listed in 1966.

Vintage advertisements for the Vox Bobcat

Electric Guitar advertisements originally published from 1966 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Vox Bobcat - What do the Beatles have in common with the Breakaways?

Vox Bobcat - What do the Beatles have in common with the Breakaways? (1966)
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

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