'65 VOX MANDO GUITAR New Old Stock so as new Sunburs Color in original case code VA46

'65 VOX MANDO GUITAR 12 Strings Mandolin New Old Stock so as new UNPLAYED Sunburs Color museum quality in original case with accessory and keys RARE code VA50


The Mando guitar is a short scale version of a twelve string guitar and is essentially the same as capoing a regular twelve string on the twelvth fret. This guitar produced a unique sound which can be clearly heard on The Beatles version of "Words of Love" as performed by George Harrison


The Beatles made Vox amps famous and the Rolling Stones made the Phantom model guitar famous. Nobody has made the Mandoguitar famous yet, but it is one of producer Daniel Lanois' favorite effects. He was shown playing one on the documentary accompanying Emmylou Harris' Wrecking Ballalbum.


Ry Cooder


Brian Jones playing a Vox Mando Guitar

David Lindley



Andy Tielman & The Tielman Brothers in de 70's
Andy with Vox Mando-Guitar (12-string elec. mandolin). Behind him a Vox AC 100 De Luxe and Fender XII