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[NAMM] Vox Series 22 Guitars

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The Vox Series 22 are double-cutaway models which borrow production techniques, styling cues, and use the same components found in the Vox Virage, Series 77, Series 55, and Series 33 guitars.

Series 22 Highlights:

  • Mahogany bodies with 3-D
  • SBE provides improved instrument balance
  • Inverse heel joint offers playable access to the upper neck
  • Vox design XLM compact humbucking pickups with two tone settings
  • MaxConnect aluminum bridge offers stringing access and wide intonation range
  • Sealed Vox tuners deliver enhanced tuning stability

Available in four finishes, the Vox Series 22 features a double cutaway design. The set neck features an inverse heel design and deep cut designed to offer unobstructed access to the upper frets. Position dot markers adorn the rosewood fingerboard.

The advanced MaxConnect aluminum bridge features extended saddle travel for flawless intonation with any gauge string. Strings slide in from under the back edge of the bridge to make changing strings easy.

 

The sealed Vox tuners are designed to offer enhanced tuning stability. The mahogany necks are finished with a rosewood fingerboard.

Each Series 22 guitar is outfitted with two XLM (Xtra Loud Mini) humbucking pickups. Use the pickup mode switch to choose a tight, punchy lead tone or more open, chordal voice, according to the company. Using the three-way pickup switch, you can select either pickup individually, or use them both together.

 

The passive analog tone circuitry offers both a Master Volume and a Master Tone control to refine your individual sound.

 

Available Finishes:

SDC-22 RD • Red

SDC-22 BK • Black

SDC-22 WH • White

SDC-22 SU • Sunburst

SDC-22 Series Specs

Neck Material – Mahogany

Neck Joint – Custom set-in joint with inverse heel for greater access to the upper frets

Body Material –Mahogany

Fingerboard –rosewood

Inlay –Acrylic dot

Nut – Synthetic, self-lubricating

Scale – 638mm

Fingerboard Radius – 300mm

Nut Width – 43mm

1st Fret Thickness – 21mm

12th Fret Thickness – 23mm

Number of Frets – 22

Fret wire – Medium Jumbo

Pickups – XLM two-voice mini humbucking pickups (x 2)

Pickup Selector – 3-way toggle

Pickup Mode Switch – 1×2-position Master Mode Switch to select Clean and Lead modes

Controls – Master Volume and Master Tone controls

Hardware –Vox MaxConnecttm aluminum bridge with easy stringing access and wide intonation range; Vox sealed tuners; Vox SBE tm strap button extender for improved on-strap balance

 

Pricing & Availability

PRICE: £ TBC
AVAILABLE: May/June 2011

 

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