Classic Reissue

Classic Reissue

Electric Guitars


The sounds of the British Invasion are synonymous with Vox. During this period, Vox crafted a line of distinctly designed, beautifully detailed electric guitars that were played by many legendary artists from the USA and the U.K. With a nod to their influential past, as well as their ongoing commitment to offering products of the finest quality, VOX introduces replicas of the original models. These reissue guitars look as good as they sound with Bigsby”! tremolo systems, chrome knobs and original-style pickup covers. Featuring unique poplar constructed body shapes with maple necks and rosewood fingerboards, the Vox reissues are available in four models: The droplet-shaped Mark III, the Mark III Custom, the Mark VI and the twelve-string Mark XII. The new Vox reissue guitars range in price from $1100.00 to $1400.00, and include an original-style molded case. Vox Amplification, Ltd., 316 South Service Rd., Melville, NY 11747

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