Vox guitars return

Teardrop model synonymous with Brian Jones reissued

Vox returns to the electric guitar and bass arenas

Not content with recreating and updating some of the finest amplifiers in its back catalogue, Vox has now turned its attention to guitars.

Back in the sixties, the distinctive Teardrop model was a favourite of original Rolling Stones Brian Jones and Bill Wyman, and circa 2008 the guitar and bass models return with a few modern tweaks but plenty of retro vibe intact.

Prices and availability for each of these limited edition models are still TBC, but Vox has published the following spec on its official website:

Vox MKIII Guitar Limited Edition

Origin: USA
Body: Aspen
Neck: Maple with rosewood fretboard, medium jumbo frets, compound radius, slight V neck.
Tuners: 6 inline Kluson style
Pickups: Two single coil, vintage style, Alnico magnets
Bridge: Fixed
Colour: White, painted headstock
Pickguard: Chrome

Vox Teardrop Bass Limited Edition VBW-2000

Origin: Japan
Body: Carved maple top and veneer with hollowed mahogany back and sides, flame maple binding
Neck: 770mm Scale length, mahogany, 22-frets (w/zero fret), rosewood fretboard and dot inlays
Hardware: Custom designed stoptail and bridge with bridge cover
Tuners: Gotoh BG707-C Tuners
Pickup: Custom designed single bass pickups with with white cover
Controls: Volume and tone control with three-way toggle
Finish: Three-colour sunburst top and vintage natural back and sides