New Vox Guitars

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by photoguy, Jan 19, 2008.


  1. CitizenCain

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  2. photoguy

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    Everybody's gotta be somewhere.
    I'd be curious to try one...not that I'm in the market for another guitar:eek:
     
  3. Aslan

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    I like the looks of the guitars, hope they sound as good!
     
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    those look great! what do you think the ballpark price is?
     
  5. Crazyquilt

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    Damn. Very impressive. I'd expect the price tags to match.

    Still, it's good to see a larger company doing some interesting things that aren't either just repainted retreads or gimmicks (koffkoffrobotguitarkoffkoff).
     
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    The finish looks gloriously sunk into the wood - wow. Very nice.
     
  8. Todd Lynch

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    Wow - really dig the looks. Be interesting to see how this plays out.
     
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    Looks fat.

    I wish they would bring in the waist a little bit, just a tad of Zemaitis.

    Oh well..


    Emee
     
  10. webe123

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    Seems everyone is into making guitars these days.
     
  11. Pete Galati

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    Looks cool. But I wish they were using some sort of standard pickup design to make pickup swaps easier.

    A solid body electric would be good too. It's a broader market IMO.

    I'll pass.
     
  12. photoguy

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    Pretty sure the website said that the p/u's were soapbar sized.
     
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    Searching for info online I have read of a possible price of $2500. Also made in China. However no firm confirmation on this.
     
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    I want some time trying out those interesting pickups!
     
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    If so i think its a paaaaaaass
     
  17. ThomasT

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    Apparently made in Japan - at a highly respected plant
     
  18. openbar

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    No teardrop? Outrageous.
     
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    The bridge and the pickups seem really cool. I wonder if these can be had without buying the entire guitar?
     

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