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VOX Helped Create the Sound of Rock
In the late 1950s, guitarists were seeking more volume and sustain, and that was the aim of Dick Denney when he created the first VOX amplifier, the AC1/15. London guitarists soon flocked to the distinctive sound: it was even featured on Vic Flick's recording of the "James Bond Theme." It wouldn't be long until up and coming bands demanded even more power from their amplifiers, which led to the AC30/4 Twin, with 30 watts driving two 12" Celestion speakers. This amp would establish VOX as the go-to amplifier for rock 'n' roll guitarists.Still Making Their Most Popular Amps
In 1962, The Beatles adopted an AC15 Twin and a Top Boost-equipped AC30 Twin, which would influence a generation of aspiring guitarists worldwide. The chiming, jangly VOX sound soon became synonymous with rock guitar. The AC15 and AC30 would remain popular production models all the way up to today. VOX has also produced a wide range of guitars, although it's safe to say that their amplifiers have always been their most popular offerings.Balancing Vintage and Modern Technology
While the classic VOX sound has remained true for over 50 years, that hasn't kept them from experimenting with their amp designs. Their Valvetronix series of modeling guitar amplifiers were among first modeling amps to integrate a real vacuum tube into the signal path. The VOX Night Train NT15H-G2 tube amp combines the classic VOX chime with modern high-gain capabilities, all packed into a compact lunchbox-style amp.There's a VOX Amp for Everyone
Legions of guitarists have turned to VOX amps to craft their signature sounds, like Brian May (Queen), Elvis Costello, Grace Potter, Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters) and many more. VOX offers amplifiers for every level of player from beginners through advanced players to world-touring musicians.