Vox Combo Amps For sale
Best known for its amplifiers and electric organs, Vox made some groundbreaking strides when it came to making electric guitars. Vox guitars are visually unique; this is one company that, unlike most others at the time, didn't just make copies of what was already popular (although their initial guitars were Fender copies), Vox soon gave their guitars a new, defining shape. The Mark VI and Phantom VI soon became two of their most-popular guitars and are still easily recognized by their unique shapes. Vox' greatest contribution to the world of electric guitars, however, was their extensive willingness to experiment with sound and electronics in ways that other guitar-makers had not.
Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones played a Vox Mark VI that was specially-designed for him.
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