- electric guitars
Dates of manufacture:
Vox's first electric guitars, the Clubman and Stroller were modeled after the Fender Stratocaster, which at the time, was not available in the United Kingdom. These first guitars were low-price, thin bodied, low-quality models made by a cabinet maker in Shoeburyness, Essex. VOX produced the STROLLER between 1960 and 1966.
Although by 1964 these guitars were definitely Stratocaster shaped, some early examples have a single cutaway Les Paul outline with a three-a-side headstock.
According to the Vox 1964 catalog the stroller was a: "Fine quality solo or rhythm electric guitar. High grade VOX strings and single pickup. Separate tone and volume controls. Single side machine heads. Reinforced polished neck with hardwood fingerboard. Adjustable rosewood bridge. Finished in red or white high gloss polyester."
|1967||£8||excellent||tony||purchased from a secondhand furniture shop! was holding the doors open! guitar sold as seen, no case.|