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Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar

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A mahogany body with set neck, two-voice mini-humbuckers and high-end innovations.

The VOXSDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar is a serious guitar, at an affordable price. This double-cutaway model borrows production techniques, styling cues, and uses many of the same distinguished components found in the premium VOX Virage, Series 77, Series 55, and Series 33 guitars. Combining advanced modern production methods with irreplaceable hands-on craftsmanship results in a superior instrument that is remarkably playable; yet versatile enough to provide you with your own personal voice.

Available in popular finishes, the VOX Series 22 features a bold, double cutaway design. State-of-the-art 3-D carving methods provide the Series 22 with a contoured body that ensures impeccable comfort and fatigue-free playing. The SBE™ (Strap Button Extension) system delivers enhanced instrument balance while playing standing. The set neck features an inverse heel design and deep cut that offers unobstructed access to the upper frets. Position dot markers adorn the rosewood fingerboard.

Superior String Handling
The advanced MaxConnect aluminum bridge features extended saddle travel for flawless intonation with any gauge string. The full contact shape and light weight combine to deliver thick rich tone with clear, singing harmonics. Strings slide in from under the back edge of the bridge to make changing strings a snap. Sealed VOX tuners offer enhanced tuning stability, so you can play with confidence. The mahogany necks are finished with a rosewood fingerboard.

Potent Pickup Design
Each Series 22 guitar is outfitted with two of our XLM™ (Xtra Loud Mini) compact humbucking pickups. Use the pickup mode switch to choose a tight, punchy lead tone or more open, chordal voice. Using the three-way pickup switch, you can select either pickup individually, or use them both together. The passive analog tone circuitry offers both a Master Volume and a Master Tone control to refine your individual sound. Logically laid out and easy to use, the controls allow fast changes during performance.

FEATURES
  • Mahogany body with 3-D contouring for extra comfort
  • SBE provides improved instrument balance
  • Inverse heel joint extends access to the upper neck
  • VOX design XLM compact humbucking pickups with two tone settings
  • MaxConnect aluminum bridge offers easy stringing access and wide intonation range
  • Sealed VOX tuners deliver enhanced tuning stability
  • Comfort, fit, and balance

Let Vox be the vehicule for your voice. Order today.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Neck Material: Mahogany
  • Neck Joint: Custom set-in joint with inverse heel for greater access to the upper frets
  • Body Material: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Inlay: Acrylic dot
  • Nut: Synthetic, self-lubricating
  • Scale: 638mm
  • Fingerboard Radius: 300mm
  • Nut Width: 43mm
  • 1st Fret Thickness: 21mm
  • 12th Fret Thickness: 23mm
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Fret wire: Medium Jumbo
  • Pickups: XLM two-voice mini humbucking pickups (x 2)
  • Pickup Selector: 3-way toggle
  • Pickup Mode Switch: 1x 2-position Master Mode Switch to select Clean and Lead modes
  • Controls: Master Volume and Master Tone controls
  • Hardware: VOX MaxConnect™ aluminum bridge with easy stringing access and wide intonation range; VOX sealed tuners; VOX SBE tm strap button extender for improved on-strap balance
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VoxSDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar
 
4.5

(based on 15 reviews)

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87%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good feel (13)
  • Fun to play (11)
  • Good pick up (9)
  • Good tone (9)
  • Solid electronics (9)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (11)
  • Practicing (10)
  • Recording (9)
  • Small venues (7)
  • Rock concerts (6)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (11), Professional musician (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great guitar!

I bought the Vox Sdc-22 on a whim. I was looking around for a guitar to get for Christmas and they had it on sale so I jumped the gun and bought it....Read complete review

I bought the Vox Sdc-22 on a whim. I was looking around for a guitar to get for Christmas and they had it on sale so I jumped the gun and bought it. I got the guitar and the first impression upon looking it over is that it's not only gorgeous, but the build quality is nearly flawless! The finish is even and there are no perfections anywhere, which is quite unusual for most of the asian-made set neck guitars I've had experience with. Aside from build quality the overall design of the guitar is quite impressive. Not only is the 3d countouring beautiful and comfortable, Vox also added very small details in like small countouring around the tone knob due to the curvature of the guitar and they even went far enough as to give this guitar one of the cleanest control cavities of any guitar I've ever seen. Aside from the asthetic and build quality the guitar sounds and plays wonderfully! The pickups are nice and warm like humbuckers should be but they have just enough of that single coil-like charecter to make them worth listening to, which is probably a result of their similarity to mini-humbuckers, and the neck is smooth as butter aswell as being the perfect contour for fast jass playing or rock shreding. The guitar is also unusually light but it's just the perfect weight so that it is light but the body isn't underweighted by the neck. Now that I've covered all the good about the guitar I'll mention the few cons of the guitar. Essentially, there were only two flaws to this guitar. The first is not exactly a flaw but rather a preference. The bridge was just slightly high and, as a result, not all of the guitars charecter was being amplified and it didn't quite play as fast as it could; however, this is a relitive thing because the stock action would be great for anybody who wanted to use the guitar for both normal and uses aswell as slide and the adjustment was immensely easy to do. The other imperfection I've noticed was that the coil tapping mini-toggle was cutting out on the humbucker settings when I first got it but after fiddling with it for a while I learned that there was merely a dirty contact and the problem was solved by simply switching the mini-toggle a good few times to clean away the dirt and now it works perfectly. This guitar is a total dream to play and look at and the pickups produce tones that I preffer to many I've heard form companies like Gibson and Epiphone. If you're looking for a Gibson-esque guitar but with a bit more tonal charecter and originallity then I'd highly reccomend this guitar regardless of any price point you're searching in. You simply will not be dissapointed.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Borderline guitar

Ordered a sunburst color, and I agree with previous reviewer. It was an ugly orange burst color. I returned it without unwrapping the paper from the strings and testing the guitar on an...Read complete review

Ordered a sunburst color, and I agree with previous reviewer. It was an ugly orange burst color. I returned it without unwrapping the paper from the strings and testing the guitar on an amp. I had to pay for the return shipping myself.

I got a red one when the guitar went on sale. The color and finish is very good, and I do not see any flaws. No need for extra set up, and the guitar plays well from he box with no fret buzz. The hardware is excellent and it stays tune very well. Unlike the SDC33, this guitar is not neck heavy, and it is balanced.

The pick ups unfortunately are the low points on this guitar. They sound very trebly and get muddy with distortion. As other reviewers have commented, these are mini pickups which are hard to change.

It comes with a thin gig bag which works well as a dust cover.

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(20 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great guitar!

By Tonelover!

from EVERYWHERE =O

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics
  • Well made

Cons

  • Dirty Mini Switch

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Recording
  • Rock Concerts
  • School Bands
  • Small Venues

Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

I bought the Vox Sdc-22 on a whim. I was looking around for a guitar to get for Christmas and they had it on sale so I jumped the gun and bought it. I got the guitar and the first impression upon looking it over is that it's not only gorgeous, but the build quality is nearly flawless! The finish is even and there are no perfections anywhere, which is quite unusual for most of the asian-made set neck guitars I've had experience with. Aside from build quality the overall design of the guitar is quite impressive. Not only is the 3d countouring beautiful and comfortable, Vox also added very small details in like small countouring around the tone knob due to the curvature of the guitar and they even went far enough as to give this guitar one of the cleanest control cavities of any guitar I've ever seen. Aside from the asthetic and build quality the guitar sounds and plays wonderfully! The pickups are nice and warm like humbuckers should be but they have just enough of that single coil-like charecter to make them worth listening to, which is probably a result of their similarity to mini-humbuckers, and the neck is smooth as butter aswell as being the perfect contour for fast jass playing or rock shreding. The guitar is also unusually light but it's just the perfect weight so that it is light but the body isn't underweighted by the neck. Now that I've covered all the good about the guitar I'll mention the few cons of the guitar. Essentially, there were only two flaws to this guitar. The first is not exactly a flaw but rather a preference. The bridge was just slightly high and, as a result, not all of the guitars charecter was being amplified and it didn't quite play as fast as it could; however, this is a relitive thing because the stock action would be great for anybody who wanted to use the guitar for both normal and uses aswell as slide and the adjustment was immensely easy to do. The other imperfection I've noticed was that the coil tapping mini-toggle was cutting out on the humbucker settings when I first got it but after fiddling with it for a while I learned that there was merely a dirty contact and the problem was solved by simply switching the mini-toggle a good few times to clean away the dirt and now it works perfectly. This guitar is a total dream to play and look at and the pickups produce tones that I preffer to many I've heard form companies like Gibson and Epiphone. If you're looking for a Gibson-esque guitar but with a bit more tonal charecter and originallity then I'd highly reccomend this guitar regardless of any price point you're searching in. You simply will not be dissapointed.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

nice for the price

By guitarman

from rhode island

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Rock Concerts
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

    This review is based on 30 years of playing experience and a severe case of g.a.s. (guitar aquisition syndrome) which has led me to buy way too many guitars over the years.
    This is a solid guitar with a few somewhat minor issues. First of all vox has done a great job marketing all of the unique qualities of this guitar. Unfortunately many of these 'special' features do not amount to much.
    As for the pros. This is a very well built guitar. The quality of the build and the components are superb. Wood quality is excellent. The neck is comfortable. the fretwork is superb. the design is attractive. The tuners are top notch. The electronics are solid. It plays quite well and sound wise is decent (not stellar) as played through a gibson goldtone all tube combo. I love the proprietary parts which add a bit of uniqueness to this instrument. Overall it is very nice.
    Here are the negatives. minihumbuckers really don't sound like typical mini humbuckers. Not quite as bright as one would expect. Not bad but truly not the best pickups I have heard. Certainly useable and mostly pleasing. Unfortunately they have a unique footprint so if you dont like them it will take a bit of work to swap them out. Bridge is unique but not great for palm muting. volume knob is a bit useless as it goes from 10 to 1 very early in the sweep - no gradual decrease in volume on this guitar. Finally the strap extender really does nothing. This is still a neck heavy guitar (like most symmetrical double cuts) so expect some player fatigue with this baby.
    This guitar is certainly however worth the money. It is well crafted, styled beautifully and a nice player. Just be aware that the pickups are not as 'mini humbuckerish' as one would think. They are a unique size and as such swapping out may be a bit of a chore. Despite these issues It is a very nice value for the money. Oh and it does come with a reasonably nice gig bag.

    (5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    CAN IT GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS?

    By Vice

    from Denver CO

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    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Solid Electronics

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts

      Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

      I consider it divine providence that I stumbled across this guitar and consider it a wonder that Musician's Friend has any left considering the price they've been selling it at. I bought one in Black in mid-December 2012 after the price had been deeply discounted, before it was discounted even further.

      The quality build, superb styling, hot electronics and fast playability in conjunction with a ridiculously low price make this a beginner's dream. However, this is no beginner guitar. It's a hot rod.

      The XLM pickups on this thing are incredible, providing a full range of tones covering everything from hard rock to jazz and country with high output. I would nonetheless point out that as the bridge pickup sits substantially higher than the neck pickup, you'll experience more volume when switching from the neck pickup to the bridge pickup. However, you can simply back off the volume on the guitar a couple notches or use a volume pedal to balance things out.

      This guitar is worth Musician's Friend's standard discounted price. The deep discount makes it even more of a deal. Unless you simply don't like the styling, if you're wanting a solid body guitar that will do it all, why wait? You can always send it back if you don't like it. It's only a matter of time before guitarists find out how good the SDC-22 is. Even if you're only a beginner and find that the action isn't low enough for you, just drop the brige and you should be in business. The guitar comes with a tool by which you can lower the bridge and/or adjust the neck.

      I might also mention that while the list of Features for this guitar on the Musician's Friend website doesn't say anyhing about a gig bag, it comes shipped in one. (At least the one I received did.) It's not a Deluxe Gig Bag like the one that the VOX SDC-33 comes in, but it's quite decent and better than nothing.

      I found no flaws in the guitar I received. The SDC-22 is noticeably lightweight and thus, easy on the back. It also has minimal neck dive (the neck falling a bit upon letting go of it when hung by a guitar strap while standing). In fact, this is one of the lightest solid body guitars on the market.

      Beveling on the front and contouring on the back of the body not only makes for a beautiful guitar but one that is comfortable against the body. The beveling below the tone control knob is a nice touch too.

      While the S shape of the tuners isn't exactly practical for fingers, they look cool, turn smoothly, and stay in tune about as well or better than any other non-locking tuners.

      The Tusq man-made ivory material that the nut is made of permits strings to move through very smoothly. This is plus for those who use alternative tunings with the same guitar. Changing tunings frequently, I have yet to see a string break. Use of Tusq is but one example of VOX not sacrificing quality on an inexpensive guitar.

      Setting the 2-way Lead/Clean mode switch to Clean thins out the tone somewhat, providing for some additional tonal variation. As output is decreased when switching to Clean, a volume pedal would be a good thing to have, particularly for live performances.

      The relatively thin neck and low action (may require setup) make for one fast guitar. This is one of the fastest guitars I've ever played. And with the responsive XLM pickups, it's easy to make beautiful music with this instrument.

      One of the first things I check on a new guitar is the fingerboard to see if it has any dips or rises. No problem with the guitar I got.

      No problem with the frets either. Perfect height for my liking and dressed appropriately.

      The only somewhat significant CON with the guitar I received is that the D'Addario strings were useless by the time the intrument got to me, having been wrapped in tissue paper taped in place with some of the tape having come in contact with the strings, resulting in deadening of tone. The strings were also entering the corrosion stage whether due to them not being wiped off after testing of the guitar's electronics at the factory, humidity and/or other factors. I thus couldn't make an accurate assessment of the guitar's electronics until I changed the strings, which I swapped out for GHS GBXL Boomers (.009-.042).

      In addition, the action was a bit high, but all I had to do was lower the bridge and without needing to adjust the intonation any.

      If you prefer something that doesn't say 'rock' as much but with virtually identical playability and fantastic electronics, you might consider the VOX SDC-33, another incredible deal.

      (3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A VIRTUAL STEAL?

      By Vice

      from Denver CO

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      Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

      This is an update to my review of 2/23/2013. In that review, I stated that the bridge pickup sits substantially higher than the neck pickup, resulting in a significant difference in volume when switching between the two. I should have noted that the problem may be solved by adjusting the height of either or both pickups by way of the pickguard mounting screws located at either side of each pickup. Instructions with illustrations are provided in the small "Setup and Maintenance" guide that comes with the guitar. (I hadn't read through the entire guide before submitting my first review.)

      Some guitarists may prefer to have their guitars put out more bridge pickup than neck pickup or vice versa. My primary interest in lowering the bridge pickup was to provide enough clearance between it and the strings as I often rest my palm on some of the strings, particularly the lower strings, causing the 6th string to intermittently make contact with the pickup, resulting in an undesirable popping sound. After lowering the bridge pickup enough to provide the needed clearance, I took to balancing out the volume between both pickups by raising the neck pickup just a bit and to where the tone of the two pickups in tandem (3-way pickup selector switch in the middle position) sounded the most pleasing to me.

      The guitar comes with an allen wrench with which to lower/raise the bridge and adjust the neck, and instructions (with illustrations) on how to do so are provided in the "Setup and Maintenance" guide. Not included is a Phillips head screwdriver with which to remove the truss rod cover and adjust the pickup mounting screws, or a flat head screwdriver with which to move the individual bridge saddles to adjust intonation. It would have been nice if VOX had included the two screwdrivers, or at least one for the truss rod cover and mounting screws, though I can understand why they didn't. They do provide a gig bag, which was a pleasant surprise as it wasn't listed in the description on MusiciansFriend.com.

      A few additional notes:

      With regard to the 2-way Lead/Clean mode switch, I had said that switching to the Clean mode decreases output. To be more precise, I find the volume to decrease by about 1.3.

      As for the Volume and Tone controls, I appreciate the fact that whatever number I see facing me is the level that it is set at. I also find the sculpturing of the knobs to be rather ergonomic.

      In playing through my Carvin Nomad 50-watt tube amp, I find the Volume control on my SDC-22 to work beautifully provided the amp's volume is set to at least 2.5.

      As for the Tone control, you may find yourself having to adjust that quite a bit, like down to at least 5 or 3, before you notice much of a difference. But it does work and you can achieve some nice coloration with it.

      I appreciate the thinness and shape of the guitar's neck, allowing me to do things with this guitar that I couldn't with others.

      With a set of light gauge strings and the action set right, paired with a good amp the SDC-22 is a beginner's dream, the beauty of being that it isn't a beginner guitar.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great guitar for the price.

      By Ed

      from Oak Park, IL

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel

      Cons

      • Fret Buzz

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts

      Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

      I have an American-made Telecaster and Strat. I was looking for something different and I found this guitar on sale. The guitar is outstanding for the price. It arrived well-packed and ready to play.

      In terms of playability, this guitar has my others beat. The neck is on the thin side and the design allows for easy access to the upper frets. There is some fret buzz but I do not hear it when plugged in. The finish is great. The mini-humbuckers are a little different from what I am used to, but sound good.

      As for my complaints, the volume control is touchy and jumps from 1-10 and the guitar is neck heavy. It is a little difficult to find a comfortable playing position. This is not unusual for a guitar of this style, but might turn some people off.

      Overall, this is the most playable guitar I have owned and one of the best in terms of quality. It was extremely impressive for the sale price. This would be a great guitar for a beginner and most intermediate players would probably be happy as well.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent Guitar

      By Laven

      from Centennial, CO

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing
        • Recording

        Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

        Very nice guitar for the price! Top notch hardware and electronics. Excellent build quality. Versital tone with the coil split switch. No reason to change anything on the guitar, it plays perfectly. Thank you Vox for offering such a great guitar at such an affordible price!

        (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Borderline guitar

        By Guitar Critic

        from Los Angeles, CA

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        Pros

        • Ballanced
        • Good Feel

        Cons

        • Poor pickups

        Best Uses

          Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

          Ordered a sunburst color, and I agree with previous reviewer. It was an ugly orange burst color. I returned it without unwrapping the paper from the strings and testing the guitar on an amp. I had to pay for the return shipping myself.

          I got a red one when the guitar went on sale. The color and finish is very good, and I do not see any flaws. No need for extra set up, and the guitar plays well from he box with no fret buzz. The hardware is excellent and it stays tune very well. Unlike the SDC33, this guitar is not neck heavy, and it is balanced.

          The pick ups unfortunately are the low points on this guitar. They sound very trebly and get muddy with distortion. As other reviewers have commented, these are mini pickups which are hard to change.

          It comes with a thin gig bag which works well as a dust cover.

          (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Fell short of my expectations

          By Roger Brennan

          from New York

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          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Feel

          Cons

          • Poor Pick Up

          Best Uses

            Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

            First let me warn anyone who will purchase and expect the Sunburst color to look like the TEA BURST which is actually advertised, you will receive an uglier yellow faded into black tone on the guitar. That aside, the sound was underwhelming. There was really only one usable pickup position with the rest being very shrill and treble heavy. The guitar felt good but not professional. Guitar needed a set up, would njot stay in tune. Over all not a bad guitar for the sale price but I am returning mine.

            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            bang for the buck

            By guitarzan scott

            from rochester ny

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            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Good Feel
            • Good Pick Up
            • Good Tone
            • Holds Tune Nice

            Cons

            • Poor Quality Craftsmanship
            • Switch Problem

            Best Uses

            • Jamming
            • Practicing

            Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

            great guitar for the price , may not find better value anywhere but there was a wireing problem and i had to send back -but looking forward to to its replacment --this is a great sounding /playing guitar to have around!!!!

             
            5.0

            This Guitar is Awesome.

            By BrainHag

            from Oregon

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            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Good Feel
            • Good Pick Up
            • Good Tone
            • Solid Electronics

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Jamming
              • Practicing
              • Recording
              • Small Venues

              Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

              The first thing I noticed about this guitar was the fit and finish. The guitar I received was perfect! Very impressed. The finish (white) was flawless and the fingerboard looked nice and wet.
              This guitar has a handful of proprietary parts (i.e. bridge, tuning machines, knobs) that I really like. The metal has a satin finish, which I feel sets it apart from other guitars. The tuner buttons are unique as well (not super comfy on your fingers, but they look sweet and work well). I've heard some people say that the SDC-22 looks too much like a SG, but there are clear differences when you see the guitar in person. I think it's a better design, if you ask me... more comfortable and weighted better.
              The playability right out of the box impressed me too. Seems like most of these can use a little drop of the bridge, and then they're ready to rock. The "inverse neck joint" is so cool. You can really get up to those high notes with ease on this guy.
              This Vox sounds fantastic too! The mix of the set neck, bridge and mini humbuckers gives it nice sustain and a sweet tone. I like how Vox equipped it with a mini-toggle that bumps up the volume/output of the pickups. It is quite useful if you play harder rock.
              Overall, I am very happy with my purchase. I really don't have any complaints.

               
              5.0

              GREAT GUITAR!

              By Lightnin' Joe

              from Eugene Oregon

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              Pros

              • Fun To Play
              • Good Feel
              • Good Pick Up
              • Good Tone
              • Solid Electronics

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

                  I own 32 guitars and this has the most unique tone. It has a real musical tone not similar to any guitar I've played. Addictive to play, hard to put down.Very light also, right out of the box plays perfectly with no issues. It is astonishingly well built with no visible flaws. The high notes jump off the board and SING!

                   
                  4.0

                  Sweet Play!

                  By Android

                  from Springfield MO

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                  Pros

                  • Fun To Play
                  • Good Feel
                  • Good Pick Up
                  • Good Tone
                  • Solid Electronics

                  Cons

                  • Neck heavy
                  • Sensitive Volume

                  Best Uses

                  • Jamming
                  • Practicing
                  • School Bands
                  • Small Venues

                  Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

                  This VOX plays and sounds really smooth, with various sound options on the pickups -- accurate frets even up to the high end. It is a little neck-heavy and easier to play sitting rather than standing with a strap. The tuners are good quality, volume pot is sensitive. All said great deal for the price.

                   
                  4.0

                  Solid Guitar, Great purchase.

                  By Franko

                  from Monte Vista, CO

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                  Pros

                    Cons

                    • Imput Jack Has Play

                    Best Uses

                    • Jamming
                    • Practicing
                    • Recording
                    • Rock Concerts
                    • School Bands
                    • Small Venues

                    Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

                    I had to lower the bridge to get great action. I did notice that the Guitar's Imput Jack has some play to it. It didn't affect the plugged in sound but it still has a little play. almost like you can push it in about 1/8" but even when I pushed it the guitar did not buzz or lose sound just something I didn't like very much.

                     
                    5.0

                    Great Guitar

                    By Franko

                    from Monte Vista, CO

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                    Pros

                    • Fun To Play
                    • Good Feel
                    • Good Pick Up
                    • Good Tone
                    • Great Craftsmanship
                    • Solid Electronics

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Jamming
                      • Practicing
                      • Recording
                      • Rock Concerts
                      • School Bands
                      • Small Venues

                      Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

                      All I had to do was lower the bridge but that's about it. The guitar sounds great and plays really well too.

                       
                      5.0

                      Best Investment from Musicians Friend

                      By SJVG76

                      from Boise, Idaho

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                      Pros

                      • Good Feel
                      • Good Pick Up
                      • Good Tone
                      • Solid Electronics

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Jamming
                        • Practicing
                        • Recording
                        • School Bands
                        • Small Venues

                        Comments about Vox SDC22 Double-Cutaway Solidbody Electric Guitar:

                        Picked up this one on sale. I have the sunburst, and it is beautiful. I play better on this than my other guitars from the start. Action needed a little adjusting for my taste. I am purchasing another one of these today in white. Perfect Intermediate guitar. If I could afford the 1000 Vox guitars I would get those. These guitars are beautiful and amazing, and come with a bag.

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