Documents - the Vox AC30/6 and the Super Twins

1962

Continued from the . The AC30/4 is gone, and we have the "new series" AC30/6 (post "List of Changes") in various formats: the twin Normal and Bass, and the Super Twin I and II - by May also the Super Reverb/Twin/I and the Super Reverb/Twin?II.

Melody Maker magazine, 6th January, 1962.  The AC30 Twin (Normal and Bass) and the standard Super Twin listed here

"Melody Maker" magazine, 6th January, 1962. The Twin (Normal and Bass) and the standard Super Twin listed here.

Melody Maker magazine, 12th May, 1962

"Melody Maker" magazine, 12th May, 1962. The first mention in these small ads of the Super Twins with reverb. Prices, where comparable, are the same as those in the list above, 6th January, 1962.

Melody Maker magazine, 25th May, 1962

"Melody Maker" magazine, 25th May, 1962.

JMI pricelist attached to the large fold-out black-and-white catalogue, late 1962

Pricelist attached to the large fold-out black-and-white catalogue, late 1962. As below, the AC30N is now 115 guineas. The AC30B is 120 gns.

Front and back of a JMI flyer/pricelist, late 1962
Front and back of a JMI flyer/pricelist, late 1962

Front and back of a JMI flyer/pricelist, late 1962.

Melody Maker magazine, 27th October, 1962.  The Shadows with their third set of AC30s

"Melody Maker" magazine, 27th October, 1962. The Shadows with their third set of AC30s.

Melody Maker magazine, 3rd November, 1962.  The Shadows.

"Melody Maker" magazine, 3rd November, 1962. The Shadows again.