Vox 1962 "Vox Amplification - Choice of Leading Artists" Product Catalog
The upper right corner (framed in red) of the 1962 "Vox Amplification - The Choice of Leading Artists" catalog introduced the first Vox amplifier designed exclusively for bass guitar, the T.60 Transistor Bass Amplifier.

The 1962 version of the T.60 included a 30 watt RMS, 60 watt peak single channel amp head coupled to a compact 2x15" speaker enclosure, as shown in the catalog description below. For 1963, the speaker complement of the T.60 enclosure was changed to accommodate one 15" and one 12" speakers.

The twin 15" T.60 enclosure resurfaced in 1964 as the AC-100 Bass enclosure.

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