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Vox Phantom Iv

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smilingpumpkin By smilingpumpkin on
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This guitar is quite prominently and famously known for being the guitar Mike Jones (Rolling Stones) and Ian Curtis (Joy Division) used some of their career. This guitar is the product of the innovation and creativity that Vox put into their guitars in the 1960s, which is also represented in the Vox Teardrop guitar. The irregular, almost coffic shaped, guitar proved popular amongst many rock musicians in the late 60s and 70s. These guitars were relatively inexpensive when first issued, however over time they have become quite rare

The neck of this guitar is similar to the Fender Stratocaster and they even have slight similarities in their sound (I also own a Fender Strat also). However, one of the major differences between this guiatr and the Fender Strat is its bigspy tremolo bar, which definately adds a specific aesthetic appeal to this guitar. The guitar also has a habit of going out of tune easily, but this maybe because ofmy own human error

It's difficult to say if this guitar is for you or not. However, if you enjoy its unique look and interesting history, then I'd advise you go for it!