This section shows a number of low-powered Vox amplifiers, the four watt AC 4, with one eight-inch speaker, the ten watt A.C. 10 with one, or two (Twin models) ten inch speakers, and the fifteen watt A.C. 15.
Freddie Garrity (from Freddie and the Dreamers) and an early picture of the Beatles illustrate the page. The Beatles photo was taken in the first half of 1963, and shows the group with Lennon and Harrison's AC 30 and McCartney's solid state T60 bass rig.
A roll call of other early 1960s Vox Amplifier uses is also listed: The Beatles, The Shadows, Jet Harris, The Tornados, Cliff Richard, John Barry Seven, Lonnie Donegan, Adam Faith & group, Gene Vincent, Dave Goldberg, Malcolm Mitchell, The Allisons, Johnny & the Hurricanes, The Jaywalkers, Shirley Douglass & Chas McDevitt, The Eagles, Joe Brown, The Dallas Boys, Shane Fenton, The Echoes, The King Brothers, Eric Delaney, Karl Denver Trio, Helen Shapiro & Red Price, Sounds Incorporated, Emile Ford & the Checkmates, Freddie & the Dreamers, The Dakotas
1963 prices for these amplifiers were as follows: Vox A.C. 4 £23 2s, A.C. 10 £47 5s, A.C. 10 Twin £57 15s, A.C. 10 Reverb Twin £78 15s, A.C. 15 £84 (from the accompanying Musicland price sheet).
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