Rockin' Garages Since the 60s!
Univox guitars were made in the 60s, 70s, and early 80s. They were made as copies of popular guitars to undercut the market on cost. The guitars were adopted by the indy scene and made cool as antithetical icons of rock. These musicians probably adopted Univox's because that's what they were playing in their bedrooms and garages. It's what they could afford. This harkens back to the first generation of rock-n-roll where you find brands like Silvertone and Harmony, guitars played by the Rolling Stones and the Beatles and so many others when they were first starting out as kids playing what they could buy from the local music or pawn shop. Univox was that same phenomenon but for a new generation of rockers. Eastwood has rebooted the cool of these old Univox guitars in the form of a modern, quality manufactured guitar.