Vox have been manufacturing amplifiers in Dartford since 1957. Vox amplifiers defined the sound of the 60's as Vox were closely associated with The Beatles, a union which still exists today as Paul McCartney retains his Hand Wired AC30 Heads in his present back line. View All Information

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Vox kicked off its line of guitar amplifiers back in 1957. It took only a few years for the AC15 and AC30 to become instant legends, defining the sound of the British invasion for the UK and the world. Innitially used by bands that defined the 60’s such as The Who, The Kinks and The Yardbirds, Vox products were later used by Brain May, Rory Gallagher, The Edge and many more influential guitarists.

Vox are most notably known for their amplifiers. The AC30 and AC15 gained huge popularity in the mid-sixties when they became highly popular within the British Rock scene with bands such as The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, favoring the 'Top Boost' circuitry that defined the movement's sound. To this day Vox amps remain relevant with recently launched products such as the Vox Valvetronix leading the way for Vox in a digital age.

Vox News

Vox Announces Ltd. Ed. 60th Anniversary Hand Wired Amplifiers

In celebration of their rich history, VOX launches the AC30HW60 and AC15HW60. Designed to emulate the classics, VOX add impetus to the saying 'old is gold'... More »

NAMM 2017: Vox Custom Series, MV50, BC112/BC108, Headphone Guitar Amplifier

With a stellar 2017 line up at hand Vox have yet again proved to be the masters of innovation, providing a solid mix of classics and contemporary twists... More »

VOX Announce AC, MINI5 and VT Amplifiers in British Racing Green

Some of VOX's much-loved favourites are now available in a brand limited edition new colour.... More »