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Vox Cougar Bass V214

Italian-built hollow bass guitar

1966 Vox Cougar bass

The Vox Cougar bass was initially made for Vox by an Italian guitar manufacturer Crucianelli in Italy.

The following description comes from the 1965 Vox 'King of the Beat' catalogue, issued by the Thomas Organ Company, for the US market

Two special bass-frequency, independent pick-ups; separate tone and volume controls; string individually vernier-adjustable for length and height; reinforced neck with adjustable truss-rod; adjustable fingerplate and individual shrouded gear heads. Beautiful high-gloss polyester sunburst finish.

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Charla Lovelace Comment left 16th March 2015 19:07:26
I have a V214 COUGAR BASS (Crucianelli production) that is in excellent condition and wanted to see if anyone could steer me in the direction to find out a value on it. Any help would be appreciated -
David Petersen Comment left 2nd April 2019 08:08:47
I owned and played one of these in the mid 1960's. It was new in a clearance sale for GBP35, I think the list price was more like GBP65 at the time, about GBP500 ($650) in today's money. I wouldn't expect that much for a pre-owned one but a collector who doesn't already have one might make a near offer. Good luck with it! DP

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