Vox has spruced up its Bobcat Series of electric guitars with Bigsby vibratos and two new finish colors, Sapphire Blue and Jet Black.
The semi-hollow design is offered in two models, the V90, featuring soapbar-type pickups, and the S66, sporting a trio of single-coils, each with its own volume control.
Other features include maple plywood bodies with weight-relieved spruce center blocks, mahogany set necks, Indonesian ebony fingerboard, fixed tune-o-matic bridges and open-gear Grover tuners.
The guitars are offered with either a B70 or B700 Bigsby, depending on the finish. Both models come with a hardshell case and a neck adjustment wrench.
For more information, head to Vox.
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