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The four-position pickup toggle has a standard three-way operation plus an “off” position. Hardware includes budget-grade tuners, a harp-shaped tailpiece, and a bridge that once again invites comparison to Vox.
The company was renamed Jennings Musical Industries, or JMI, and in 1958 the 15-watt Vox AC15 amplifier was launched.
Alternate tuners will be encountered, as will white or black pickguards, and black pickups.
Eko also made hollowbody violin-shaped guitars, marketing them as the 395 series, which included a six-string with a trapeze tailpiece, a six-string with a vibrato, and a 12-string model.
It wasn’t the fanciest “Beatle bass” wanna-be, but it wasn’t the worst of the genre, either.
Vox is a musical equipment manufacturer founded in 1947 by Thomas Walter Jennings in Dartford, Kent, England.
Eko guitars and basses were crafted by the Oliviero Pigini company of Recanati, Italy, founded in 1959.
From the outset, the firm concentrated on accordion manufacturing and expanded into guitar production in the early ’60s.
The 995 was just different enough from the Höfner 500/1 “Beatle bass” to conjure its own mystique.
Like the 500/1, it was a short-scale, two-pickup instrument.
It was popularised by The Shadows and other British rock 'n' roll musicians and became a commercial success.
In 1959, with sales under pressure from the more powerful Fender Twin and from The Shadows, who requested amplifiers with more power, Vox produced what was essentially a double-powered AC15 and named it the AC30.
With its gothic E logo, it certainly was eye-catching compared to other headstocks and logos of the era – and certainly did give off a rock-and-roll vibe!