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Bo T Comment left 8th May 2015 21:09:16
I have a baby blue Vox Super Ace with the original case in MINT condition. (Never played, new old stock. I found it in my grandmother's guest bedroom. It was given to her by Vox in 1965. She said that she posed in advertisements for Vox amplification. She said that they paid her cash, ($2,800 a lot in '65) plus they gave her this guitar because it,"went well with her eye's". She say's that it has NEVER been played and it looks like it. I'm amazed that the paint is not cracked anywhere and the neck is straight as a raging one! It still hasn't been plugged in because I have no amp. Does anyone possibly know what this is worth and how do I tell if it's a '65 or earlier? Thank you.

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