The VOX Guitar Organ is the combination of a VOX Phantom guitar and einer string controlled mini organ. It was playable as a guitar, guitar and solo organ or as automatic rhythm organ, which played guitar cords sounds in rhythm to the played strings with the organ voices.
This Guitar Organ has many sound controls for the organ and the guitar and Sustain and Percussion stops for the organ.
It has a seperate power supply, which also includes the connections. It has to be connected to a normal guitar amplifier with two inputs.
|Brand||VOX Jennings Musical Instruments (JMI)|
|Location of the manufacturer||Dartford, England|
|Model name||Guitar Organ V251|
|Model number||Guitar Organ V251|
|Date of construction||60's|
|Type||in a guitar built-in organ|
|Dimension (W/H/D), weight||?|
|Manuals||played by guitar strings|
|Amplifier/ Speakers||2 outputs for a guitar amplifier/ -|
|Additional effects||Percussion, Sustain|
|Tone generator||germanium transistors|
|Toneforming UM (1st manual)||?|
|Toneforming MM (2nd manual)||-|
|Toneforming MM (3rd Manual)||-|
|Toneforming LM (lower manual)||-|
|Toneforming PD (pedal)||-|
|Price (payed/ worth)||?/ ?|
|Anything else||One of the most currious ideas of VOX, which although was cpoied later by other brands.|
|Many thanks to Duane Wayne from the VOX Showroom for the information and the pictures.|
|Photo courtesy Gary Hahlbeck (Sonic Speakers) & Jim Rhoads (Rhoads Music).|
|Contact The VOX Showroom at email@example.com.|