The Invader came as a replacement of the Vox Bulldog, and just like its predecessor, it perspires Mosrite. Just like any other Vox of that time, it is stuffed with electronics. The Invader includes a E-tuner, a wah-wah effect, a percussion effect, treble, bass and distortion boosters. Very cool and rare axe.
This is Vox’s take on a Stratocaster, with the same slanted pickup. Not sure what wood it is made off, but the body looks like a strat morphing into a jazzmaster. Similar shape is found on the Vox Tempest and Vox Hurricane.
this rare Vox Starstream V269 (c 1968) has in its belly a whole set of effects, including fuzz, a palm wah, and a unique sounding pulsating tremolo. Pretty impressive from a 60s guitar. These were made in Italy by EKO. Check the whole vid at the Garage Punk Hideout