This Vox Mark VI is all original, right down to the hard-to-find bridge cover and the often missing mute.
It is marked as a Second, on the body and the neck. I assume this is due to the neck. The truss rod is not effective in fighting off the back bow. The guitar is playable in the lower half of the neck, but up around the 12th fret it gets really tough. The thing to do with this one is to grab a good neck off another Vox, which I'll try to do myself.
The case is of the era but it is for a larger guitar.
- Color: Sunburst
- Weight: 7lbs 8.4ozs
- Body: Mahogany
- Neck: Maple
- Neck Profile: D
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Inlay: Pearl Dots
- Frets: Vintage Medium
- Fret count: 22
- Nut material: Bone w/Zero Fret
- Nut width: 1.664"
- Scale: 25.5"
- Radius: 9.5"
- Neck thickness at 1st fret: 0.825"
- Neck thickness at 7th fret: 0.912"
- Neck thickness at 12th fret: 0.9"
- Action 1st String at 12th Fret: 4mm
- Action 6th String at 12th Fret: 4mm
- String Gauge: .09-.42
- Hardware: Original
- Bridge pickup: 5.58
- Middle Pickup: 5.78k
- Neck Pickup: 5.74k
- Tuners: Original
- Pots: Original
- Case: HSC
- Notes: No More Truss Rod adjustment, Neck is Back Bowed After 12th fret, see picture