Wednesday, November 28, 2007, 06:31 AM - Models
Bolt neck double cutaway with ash body, maple neck, chrome hardware, vintage style bridge, and single humbucker with coil tap toggle switch.


X110N- Natural finish
X110VW- Vintage White
X110JB- Jet Black





With its single humbucker and economy bridge, the X110 is the humblest of the Phoenixes, but behind the minimalist appearance lies a deceptively versatile sleeper. The MMK45 pickup offers much more tonal range via the tone knob than most guitars, and the coil tap feature allows an even greater variety of sounds.


In 1985 another single-pickup model with the same body was introduced, the X125, which had only a single volume knob, no tone knob. (by 1985 the name Electra had been replaced by Westone)

Wednesday, November 28, 2007, 06:25 AM - Models
Bolt neck 1 1/2 cutaway with Ash body, black finish, 5-piece maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, two humbuckers with black coil covers, chrome hardware.





Photo courtesy of John Polster.


The Workingman, true to its name, was intended as a no-frills model offering pro quality at a low price.




From the 1981 pricelist:




Wednesday, November 28, 2007, 06:16 AM - Models
Bolt neck 1 1/2 cutaway with Ash body, walnut finish, 5-piece maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, two humbuckers with black coil covers, chrome hardware.









The Workingman, true to its name, was intended as a no-frills model offering pro quality at a low price.


Note the Phoenix logo on this late model:







From the 1981 pricelist:




Wednesday, November 28, 2007, 06:11 AM - Models
Set neck 1 1/2 cutaway with Maple/Ash body, Walnut finish, bayonet neck joint, brass bridge, lock strap, deluxe tuning machines, Magnaflux pickups, treble/bass EQ, 5-piece maple neck.









From the 1981 pricelist:




Wednesday, November 28, 2007, 06:07 AM - Models
Set neck 1 1/2 cutaway with 5-piece maple neck, bayonet neck joint, ash body, natural finish, chrome hardware, two exposed coil humbuckers with white coil covers, brass nut, strap lock.







From the 1981 pricelist:




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