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Vox Wyman Bass

Named after Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones

The Wyman bass was a semi-acoustic teardrop Vox bass, named after Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones. It was first shown at the BMI trade fair, August 1965.

Vox Wyman Bass - ALL-VOX MAN... thats BILL WYMANVox Wyman Bass - ALL-VOX MAN... thats BILL WYMAN
Mid sixties British Vox bass advert featuring Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones; the newly launched Wyman bass - based on the Mar...
Vox Wyman Bass - Top stars always go to Vox for new soundsVox Wyman Bass - Top stars always go to Vox for new sounds
British Vox advert from 1966. In the mid 1960s Vox equipment was widely used by many of the big acts of the day, and this advert underlines this fact; John Lennon uses a Vox continental organ, Sand...
Vox Wyman Bass - Breakaway Acoustic / ElectricVox Wyman Bass - Breakaway Acoustic / Electric
British Vox advert placed by JMI in April 1966. Vox had launched a signature bass for Rolling Stone Bill Wyman - the Wyman Bass. It was a semi-acoustic version of the teardrop-shaped Mark IV, promo...
 

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