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Vox Soloist

single pickup solid body electric guitar

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The Vox Soloist was one of the first solid body electric guitars built in Britain by Vox, assembled at the Jennings (JMI) plant in Dartford. It was effectively a single pickup version of the Vox Duotone, and only had a brief production run, 1962 - early 1963.

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

Attractive modern design in red or sunburst mirror finish. Rosewood rounded fingerboard, polished removeable neck. Separate tone and volume controls, Vox pick-up, compensating bridge and tailpiece.

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