The Spitfire (not to be confused with the Spitfire Acoustic, a teardrop-shaped hollowbody produced for the UK market) was an Italian-built Vox, manufactured at the E.M.E Vox plant in Recanati, for the American market. It was more or less a copy of the Fender Stratocaster, and was never as popular as the Vox teardrop and Phantom styles. See also the two-pickup version, the Vox Hurricane, which, like the Spitfire, was named after a British World War II fighter plane.
The following description comes from the 1966 Vox catalogue
Contoured body, quick flick 3 position pick-up switch, 3 pick-ups, rosewood fingerboard, true spring action vibrato, adjustable master bridge channel, 6 individual string bridges, sunburst or popular colors. 2-way string damper.
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