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NAMM 2011: Vox Launch New Electric Guitars
Renowned guitar manufacturer Vox have announced the launches of new Virage II, Series 77, Series 55, Series 33 and Series 22 electric guitars to add to their growing electric guitar catalogue at this years NAMM.
VOX Virage II Guitars are available in both Single Cutaway (SC) and Double Cutaway (DC) body styles.
Numerous cosmetic extras enhance the Virage II featuring a new fingerboard inlay, setting the guitars apart from the original Virage models and puts them in a league with the finest instruments available.
VOX Virage Guitars are the missing link between playing ease and perfect sound, available in both Single Cutaway (SC) and Double Cutaway (DC) body styles.
The bound rosewood fingerboard and the distinctive headstock are inlaid with mother-of-pearl markers that echo the winged "S" shape of the VOX Super Smooth tuners.
VOX Series 77 Semi-Hollow-Body Guitars feature many of the same design cues and distinguished components as the esteemed VOX Virage, the HDC-77 is outfitted in a deluxe semi-transparent finish, set off by figured tops and backs.
VOX Series 55 Solid-Body Guitars available in both the Single Cutaway (SSC) and Double Cutaway (SDC) solid-body guitars embody the same design philosophy as the original VOX Virage.
Combining advanced production methods with hands-on craftsmanship results in a superior instrument that is remarkably playable, yet versatile enough to provide you with your own personal voice.
VOX Series 33 Solid-Body Guitars is cosmetically similar to the 55 solid-body guitars, and employing many of the same distinguished components, available in both Single Cutaway (SSC) and Double Cutaway (SDC) styles.
VOX Series 22 Solid-Body Guitars provides a serious guitar borrow production techniques, styling cues, and use many of the same distinguished components found in our premium VOX Virage, Series 77, Series 55, and Series 33 guitars.Posted on 14 Jan 2011 11:44 to category : Instruments News
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