The 1998 press release from Korg USA introducing the American made Vox guitar reissues read as follows: "In the '60s,Vox crafted a line of distinctly designed, beautifully detailed electric guitars. Vox is now proud to present replicas of these models recreated with original details using the same unique parts.
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At Vox our main goal is to offer products of the finest quality, so they have improved the playability and specifications over those of the originals to satisfy today's demanding musicians.
Sculpted of poplar bodies with maple necks and rosewood fingerboards, the Vox Mark III, Mark VI and Mark XII are constructed in the U.S.A. With sleekly styled fittings, like Bigsby tremolo systems and chrome knobs and original style pickup covers, they look as good as they sound. The droplet shaped Mark III comes with two single coil pickups and is available in two models one with a fixed bridge and the other with a Bigsby tremolo system. The Mark III Custom comes in white and offers a painted headstock and chrome pickguard as used by one of the most famous guitarists of the '60s. The Mark Vl's distinct body style is fitted with three single coil pickups and a Bigsby tremolo system. The Mark XII is a twelve string, droplet-shaped model that offers Vox styling and superior playability
Colors available: Mark III - black, red, ocean green. Mark III Custom - white. Mark VI sparkle black, red, white, blue. Mark XII - Black