Vox Meteor electric guitar
The Meteor was an Italian-built Vox, manufactured at the E.M.E Vox plant in Recanati, for the American market. It was Vox's cheapest solid body, and was very simple: one volume and one tone control, and one pickup. Like the Spitfire, Hurricane, and Tempest, this was named after a second World War British aircraft, the Gloster Meteor.
|The following description comes from the 1966 Vox catalogue|
Rosewood fingerboard; hand-bound neck; adjustable master bridge channel; individual string bridges.
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