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Vox Escort Bass

Hollow body bass guitar produced by Italian builders Crucianelli for Vox

Vox Escort Bass guitar
Vox Escort Bass electric guitar - from the Vox "precision in sound" catalogue, 1964

The Vox Escort Bass was one of the earlist Vox semi-acoustic basses available, produced by Crucianelli in Italy for Vox, primarily for the British market.

The following description comes from 1964 JMI Vox precision in sound catalogue

Features include reinforced slim-line neck with adjustable truss-rod; two independent bass-frequency pickups; special micro adjustment bridge; separate tone and volume controls; adjustable fingerplate and individual shrouded machines. Indestructable high-gloss polyester finish.

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Steve Sowrey Comment left 22nd March 2012 09:09:18
I have a Vox Escort Bass guitar, as shown in the photo gallery. It is in good condition apart from the control dials on the guitar. I cannot figure out how to access these dials as there is no access plate on the reverse of the body. Can you let me know if it is a simple task to remove / replace these and are spares readily available? It would appear that the guitar is one of the Crucianelli guitars serial no 68333 although details of the guitar are hard to find on the internet, is the guitar rare and would the value of the same warrant the guitar to be sent for an expert service? Many thanks for any help you can provide. Regards Steve

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