The only Vox guitar to bear an endorsees name, the Wyman bass was designed at the request of Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, who requested a thin neck - reportedly he found the final ultra-skinny design too thin but was too polite to say anything to Vox, and continued to play them!
This particular example has been refinished in the classic Wyman orange, with mirrored pickguard and control plate, as well as the famed clip-on pad on the rear. Cosmetically, the guitar is in great overall shape, with only a few finish imperfections in total. Vox were notoriously bad at keeping track of build dates (rendering the serial numbers almost useless), but the features on this particular instrument date it to approximately 1966.
Included is a period hard shell case, please review all photos as they form part of the description.