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1964 Vox 'Precision in Sound' catalogue

Vox electric solid guitars - page 4

This page shows the Vox solid-body guitars and basses of 1964. The Vox guitar range had expanded considerably since 1963, with many more acoustics and hollow-body models added (see page 5); but there were new solid bodies too, with eighteen guitars and basses shown in this catalogue (compared to thirteen in 1963).

These were all UK-built guitars, assembled in Dartford, Kent, and included many well-known models, but also several highly obscure ones. From the Stroller, Duotone and Shadow; the classic Phantom and teardrop-shaped Phantom mark III; to the really unusual models, the Scorpion which was available as a 6 and a 9 string, and Apache. Also shown are the Clubman, Ace, Super Ace, Consort and Soundcaster guitars, the Vox Guitar Organ, and the Clubman bass, Bassmaster, Symphonic bass, Phantom bass and Phantom mark III bass.

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1964 Vox Precision in Sound catalogue front cover

For more information about Vox guitar models, and Vox guitar information in general, see the Vox guitar index.





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tumbleweed Comment left 20th April 2013 22:10:56
Do you have any details on the Vox Apache, shipping figures, production dates etc. Has anyone ever actually seen one. Do you *know* they even exist?

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