Few amplifiers are as classy and distinctly British as Vox. Few companies are as established and English as Rose Morris. It is no coincidence that the two legendary brands have been associated for half a century. 

Who can resist the gorgeous, glistening chime of an AC30 or the velvety and smooth breakup of a fully cranked AC15? How about the expressive vowel howl of the Vox Clyde McCoy? These diamond face deities have been wielded by some of Rock's elite from John Lennon, Pete Townshend, Brian May and Keith Richards to Lenny Kravitz, Peter Buck and Tom Petty. 

Come in to the shop today at No.8 Denmark St. in London and try out an AC15AC30 or the super-light valve AC4C1 and hear for yourself what British guitar tone is all about!


Ed Cox
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