The 1970 UK Vox catalogue was the first (and only) catalogue issued by Vox Sounds Ltd, under the ownership of the Corinthian Bank. They bought the company after the Royston Group went into liquidation in 1969, and rather than stock Italian guitars made at the E.M.E factory in Recanati, they soon changed to a range of Japanese models. Oddly, a good proportion of the catalogue is dedicated to group set-ups; they clearly intended to outfit entire bands in one go. This catalogue features the following guitars, basses, organs and amplifiers.
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