1966 Vox Starstream XII String


1966 Vox Starstream XII String Guitar  V 270  Sun Burst
Condition: Excellent, Multi effects built into Guitar body, Distortion / Treble Boost / E tuner / Repeat / Wha Wha behind Bridge / Two Pick-ups / 3 way switch / 1 Master volume / 2 Tone controls. Re-Fretted Neck by ( Geremy @ Rudy’s Music NYC ) . All effects function Properly. Some Finish Checking and Plastic Pick Guard needs replacing. Made in Italty
Case – Vox Tear drop shape
Serial # 383089
Sale Price: $2500.00
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In the mid-1960s, as the sound of electric 12-string guitars became popular, Vox introduced the Phantom XII, which has been used by Tony Hicks of The Hollies, Captain Sensible of early English punk band The Damned and Greg Kihn, and Mark XII electric 12-string guitars as well as the Tempest XII, also made in Italy, which featured a more conventional body style. The Phantom XII and Mark XII both featured a unique Bigsby style 12-string vibrato tailpiece, which made them, along with Semie Moseley‘s “Ventures” model 12-string Mosrite, the only 12 string electric guitars to feature such a vibrato. The Stereo Phantom XII had split pickups resembling the Fender precision bass, each half of which could be sent to a separate amplifier using an onboard mix control. Vox produced a number of other models of 6 and 12 string electric guitars in both England and Italy.

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