Yep, that's pretty much it in a nutshell.
The cool thing was that whenever we needed new stuff we just called them up and it was sent immediately.
Case in point;
I had my vox bass with built in fuzz tone, my vox mando guitar and my vox tear drop guitar all stolen from our car in Washington D.C. at the Shoreham Hotel...along with my suit case full of Kurtas that we wore on stage. They replaced the bass but that was it.
Another time when we played with the WHO at the Anaheim Convention Center, The WHO smashed up our amps...Vox sent us new ones right away.
I was most upset about losing my Mando Guitar...loved that little thing...I could play it in my seat on airplanes!
: Until the band answers, I'll submit this: As
: it became clear that "Incense and
: Peppermints" was hitbound, SAC was
: offered an endorsement deal with Vox, who
: gave them some equipment. Mark already had
: a Vox amp (used in Thee Sixpence) but
: switched from his Farfisa organ to a Vox
: Continental. Vox also had a
: "Voxmobile" custom car built which
: was used in filming the movie
: "Psych-Out" (featuring SAC) but
: was cut from the final film. SAC appeared
: with the Voxmobile in an episode of the TV
: show "Groovy", shot on Santa
: Monica beach. Other bands endorsing Vox
: include the Seeds, The Electric Prunes, Paul
: Revere and the Raiders, The Yardbirds, The
: Kinks, the Rolling Stones, and of course the
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: and VOX
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