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Vox late 50s/early 60s guitar pickup

Single coil unit, as used on the very earliest Vox guitars

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Vox late 50s/early 60s guitar pickup

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Fitted to a very early 1960s Vox Stroller. This pickup is rather similar to the slightly later Vox V1 pickups used on many UK Vox guitars, but has slightly different dimensions; whilst the V1 is made to metric measurements (20mm x 75mm), this is imperial at 1" x 3" (25.4mm x 76.2mm). So this pickup is noticeably wider and a shade longer. Also, a lot (but by no means all) of V1 pickups had a Vox logo; these late 50s/early 60s units never did. They also appear on early British guitars by other manufacturers; who actually produced these pickups is not clear.

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Vox late 50s/early 60s guitar pickup






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