When Vox created their first guitar amplifier in the late 1950's, there was no telling what kind of musical revolution they were about to embark on. By the time four moptops from Liverpool made their first U.S. visit in 1964, it was the sound of a Vox amplifier that helped them change the face of popular music forever. Today, Vox amps and effects can still be found on stages and in recording studios all over the world, and this section is loaded with everything that makes the Vox name so admired.
Ask any Vox enthusiast, and they'd be happy to sing the praises of what their musical equipment can do for your performance. With such an extensive line of Vox equipment to choose from, we'd be here all day to discuss it all, but if a new amp is what you're after, then the Vox Hand-Wired AC30HW2X is a great place to start. Making this amp requires a high level of craftsmanship, but the result is pure sonic bliss. Within this combo, the tubes, transformers, speakers, chassis, and custom parts all come together in a perfect state to give you the most versatile amplifier in the Vox catalog. Now, if a new electric guitar is on your mid, then try the SSC55. This single-cutaway solid body guitar combines advanced production methods with hands-on construction, resulting in an axe that's extremely playable and looks as sharp as it sounds.
Of course, we couldn't talk about Vox without mentioning the V847A Wah-Wah. By enhancing the real sound and feel of this legendary guitar effect, this pedal is based on the exact specifications of the original pedal developed in the '60s, but with exceptional upgrades. For example, the V847A includes an AC power capability, as well as a buffered input jack for preserving your guitar's tone when the pedal is not engaged.
Vox's team of passionate rock'n'roll fans and audiophiles are dedicated to upholding their tradition for providing amps, guitars and effects pedals with a distinctly British edge. From multi-effects and bass processors to guitars, cables and combo amps, the Vox family of products is always growing, so you'll have no problem finding what you're looking for.