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Vox Escort

dual pickup solid body electric guitar

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The Vox Escort was one of Vox's early solid bodies, assembled by Jennings (JMI) in Dartford, Kent. This was one of the higher end models with radiused fingerboard, De Luxe tremolo and extra tone swiches (only fitted to the Escort, Consort and early Phantom II models).

Vox Escort electric guitar - from the Vox "choice of the stars" catalogue, 1962
The Escort only appeared in one Vox catalogue, from 1962.

This model has two pickups positioned to provide maximum tonal response. Four tone and volume controls, three independent tone switches permitting infinite variety of combined effects. Also fitted with Vox Tremolo arm de Luxe. Available in satin cellulose finish, sunburst or red.

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Dan Comment left 1st June 2014 16:04:56
Hi, I have a Vox Escort Electric Guitar in red and i am currently looking at releasing it from my collection, can anybody give me a rough value of it?

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