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Vox Phantom XII V221

Twelve string guitar

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Vintage advertisements for the Vox Phantom XII

Electric Guitar advertisements originally published from 1965 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Vox Phantom XII - All-Vox man... thats Tony Hicks

Vox Phantom XII - All-Vox man... thats Tony Hicks (1965)
Hollies guitarist Tony Hicks promotes the Phantom XII and AC50 ampifer
"Its no secret! The Hollies feature VOX, the Sound Equipment that gives the most, sounds the best!"

Vox Phantom XII - Vox Hall of Fame: No 1 Brian Jones

Vox Phantom XII - Vox Hall of Fame: No 1 Brian Jones (1966)
Vox advertisement from the end of 1966, placed by JMI in the UK. It features Vox endorser Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones. This was the first in a series of 'Hall of Fame' advertisements, all-ske...

Vox Phantom XII - Vox Hall of Fame: No 2 Tony Hicks

Vox Phantom XII - Vox Hall of Fame: No 2 Tony Hicks (1967)
Profile of Hollies Guitarist Tony Hicks - featuring a twelve string Vox Phantom XII and 120W amplifier

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Ronald Solters Comment left 27th October 2013 07:07:27
I have a brand new 1964 Vox Teardrop guitar case, "Coffin Case". I believe it was made by Gucci and has never had a guitar in it. It is all in mint condition the plastic bag with the Vox moniker all over it along with a vox cable and vinyl carry case both marked Vox, along with pristine warranty card and vibrato arm card again pristine. This beautiful case has bright red fluff interior and the case has the original keys. This is genuine as I bought it in may of 1964 for myself but never got that teardrop guitar. There is also a wrench included and the case is a beautiful slate gray textured finish. Absolutely new in every way. I want to sell it to the highest bidder, and know these are as rare as hens teeth and have one a ten out of a ten, any collector would be proud to give their vintage teardrop a beautiful new home. Anyone interested?

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