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1967 VOX Phantom XII
Keith Relf, Jim McCarty & Jimmy Page, April 15, 1967, Holtehallen, Holte, Denmark, Photo Courtesy of Jørgen Angel
General Specs
Body: Pentagonal maple
Finish: Black fiberglass
Neck: Bolt-on Maple
Fingerboard: Bound ebony with dot inlays
Frets: 22
Bridge: Spring action vibrato, Adjustable Tune-O-Matic bridge & 2-way string damper.
Headstock: Maple with black printed logo
Tuners: Open back
Hardware: Silver-Nickel plated
Pickguard: White
Pickups: 3 single-coil
Controls: Individual volume knobs, 3-way rotary pickup switch
Years in use: 1967
Website: http://www.voxshowroom.com/ 
Jimmy Page started using the Vox Phantom XII guitar in the spring of 1967 to follow the electric folk rock trend of The Byrds, Bob Dylan and Fairport Convention. Page used the Vox Phantom XII on stage with the Yardbirds in 1967. In the studio, Page employed the Vox Phantom XII on the track Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor from the 1967 Yardbirds' album Little Games. Page also used the Vox Phantom XII with Led Zeppelin, recording the electric rhythm for the track Thank You from Led Zeppelin II at Morgan Studios in London, England in June 1969.

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1967 VOX Phantom XII
Keith Relf, Jim McCarty & Jimmy Page, April 15, 1967, Holtehallen, Holte, Denmark, Photo Courtesy of Jørgen Angel
1967 VOX Phantom XII
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