Amplifier advertisements originally published from 1963 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies. Check out other vintage Vox advertisements
Vox AC 30 - Vox amplification (1963)
This advertisement comes from a book: the Shadows modern electric guitar tutor, and is for a number of smaller Vox tube amplifiers, the AC10, AC15 and AC30.
Vox AC 30 - Vox Go the Beatles (1963)
Vox advertisement placed by JMI in the UK in late 1963. With the Beatles becoming evermore popular throughout 1963, Vox were right with them. Beatles manager, Brian Epstein, had made a deal with Vo...
Vox AC 30 - Sounds Like Vox (1963)
November 1963 British advertisement for the newly upgraded Phantom six string guitar, AC-30 and Foundation bass amps, and the Vox Continental organ.
Vox AC 30 - The Shadows Sound is the Vox Sound (1964)
From May 1964. The Shadows and the AC-30 amplifier
Vox AC 30 - The Sounds of Tomorrow Today (1964)
British advert from January 1964. A selection of then-available Vox equipment: the Phantom, Phantom bass, Continental organ, and AC30 and Foundation bass amplifiers.
Vox AC 30 - Award yourself the finest sound equipment, money can buy! (1965)
United Kingdom Vox advertisement for all instruments: guitar, bass, keyboards and ampifiers. This was placed at a time when demand for Vox instruments (due to association with the British beat-boom...
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