ANY Infomation about an old Vox Dreadnaught Acoustic ??

Hi there

I have spent the last month trying to find some info about an very old Vox guitar I have. I have been to over ten dealers in Denmark and Sweden and none of them have ever seen a gutiar like it.
I think it could be a one off, but hope any of you guys can tell me something about it.
I have been to almost every site on the web, but without any luck either

Its a Vox Dreadnaught Acoustic and looks like a Gibson J45 i shape. The headstock logo has the vertical Vox logo pearl inlay, with a goldish color. There is some sort of crown decoration on before and after the logo. It looks fantastisc. It has big pearl block inlays aswell on the fretbourd.
It seems be made out of solid mahogany. The serial is 901381 and the guitar is a x-braced guitar.

I would like to know, when its made and where.
And how many there was made and your idea of the value.
Its a fantastic gutiar, and I would be very happy to get to know mere about it.

I look farward to hearing something from somebody;-)

Many greetings from Denmark

Regards jeppe

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Does your guitar look like the one on the picture?
(this 12 string model was sold a few days ago for $1000)

It's hard to find some infos.....
I've read that three models were built in Italy between 1966 and 1969 :
The V220 model

The V238 (probably the one you own )=>

The V238-12string (pic)

.....Hope that helps....


HI there and thanks for your respones. No, I the head is differnet and I guess its older. I am amazed that theres so little info about these guitars. How do I upload a pictures ? Arrh,,,[/list][/list]

Good idea : post a pic.

Try this :

You create an account (that's free) and you can post a pic on this forum immediately. :wink:

There is a "sticky" at the top of the main Guitar category here, titled "How to post pictures on Guitarsite". Follow those instructions and your Vox should appear in this thread no problem.

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