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Vox Bassmaster headstock decals

Vox Bassmaster - JMI - Dartford, Kent

1963 Vox Bassmaster bass Vox headstock decals

1963 Vox Bassmaster bass
Vox headstock decals

Most early UK-produced (Dartford) Vox guitars had the green scripted Vox logo shown here; a purely British feature, not seen on any of the Italian Vox models. The decal also has the model name (Bassmaster), and JMI (Jennings Musical Industries) Dartford, Kent - later versions often had the Vox logo on a separate transfer to the other information, situated at the far end of the headstock. These decals are not very durable at all; it is rare to find one in undamaged condition.

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Stuart Wardle Comment left 20th October 2011 15:03:11
What does 'B' stand for in the neck pocket?
Cas68 Comment left 28th November 2013 22:10:22
Looking for a small Vox decal or smal plastic Vox logo. Please help and respond to "casavant68@verizon.net"

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