What Is A Vox?
Vox is a company that manufactures equipment for musicians.
This company was originally founded in Kent, England, but in 1992 the company was bought out by the Japanese electronics company Korg. This company was originally founded at the Jennings Organ Company by Thomas Walter Jennings after the close of World War II. This first successful product was the Univox, which was an early self powered electronic keyboard that was similar to the Clavioline. In 1956, he was presented with a prototype of an amplifier that was created by Dick Denney. This led to the development of the AC15 in 1958, a 15 watt amplifier that was made popular due to its use by British musicians. In 1959, as bands began to demand more power and bigger sounds, the company then developed the AC30. This helped to produce the “British invasion” sounds that were used by the most popular bands, including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, and the Yardbirds. This drove their success, and the company grew very quickly as their amplifiers became famous.