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126 entries.
Al Tebo Al Tebo from Sydney wrote on 2023-11-26 at 23:41
I bought a Vantage Avenger in the early eighties. Not sure which model it was .Similar to the AV 310 natural finish but with 2 Humbuckers, master tone , volume and 3 way switch. Coil split, hard tail bridge and brass nut. Still have this guitar after 40 years .Recently refurbished still plays well.
Tom Tom from Mount Brydges wrote on 2023-10-29 at 16:56
Vantage e 705357, cant find any information can you help model type, year....
jim brown jim brown from mound city wrote on 2023-08-04 at 01:47
I've got a small shop & sold Vantage in the 90's. 2 things I still have and don't see listed. 1- A 6 string bass, may be a 960, but have to check, AND 2- a jumbo acoustic VJA-2CEQ. I also have 2 friends who I sold different versions of the same models to. No serial # on acoustic--no internal stickers or #'s. sticker w/place of origin gone. sticker with model # getting hard to read. Purchased around 2000.
Marc Cummins Marc Cummins from Williamstown wrote on 2023-05-03 at 07:14
I have a Vantage guitar with made in Korea below the serial number. I found this guitar while cleaning out an attic. Some of the numbers appear to be worn off. Initially I believed it to be VS 1. I realized today, about a year later, it looks like maybe a lower case x before the V and the 1 is probably a 6, possibly a G. Serial number is 94010055. This guitar has blown my mind. Put new strings on it as soon as I got home and it instantly became the guitar I play everyday. Would like to know a little more about it....
Dan G Dan G from MEDIA wrote on 2023-04-25 at 18:12
I have an Avenger 310 that I got used in Dec. 1981 from Sam Ash in New Haven, CT. Still plays like a dream- low action, no buzzing, frets in reasonably good shape. I've done bad things to this guitar over the years but now it's back in it's original configuration. A little worse for wear with 4 holes drilled in various parts of the body but it's the giving tree of guitars for me. I've learned so much from this thing that I don't think I'll ever let it go. Probably worth next to nothing anyway lol!
s/n 1020135 (earliest one I've ever seen), 22 frets, truss rod adjustment where neck meets the body.
LARRY ELLIS LARRY ELLIS from AURORA wrote on 2023-03-24 at 22:31
I have a Vantage 6 string acoustic, bought ‘’81-82, with made in Japan stamped on the headstock and inside the body, with serial number VA-30N DOK. I’m trying to find out any info about it if anyone out there knows. Ty
Walter Kogel Walter Kogel from Toronto, Canada wrote on 2023-02-01 at 17:07
Avenger AV-325 Bass in Cherry Wine purchased today Feb. 1 2023 from Charlz Cat in Toronto
Jacob C Jacob C from Dallas wrote on 2023-01-30 at 21:22
In 1985 my dad was on his first Mediterranean tour in the US navy. He bought an acoustic guitar in France (I think) and now it sits in my home in Dallas and will go to my child next. Not sure what model it is, gonna try to figure that out later today after work.
Guy Guy wrote on 2023-01-18 at 22:04
In Grade 3, I bought my 1st electric guitar with my paper route money!

Vantage VL500 'Spirit'
(supplied with VL510 pickups)
Made in Japan

Purchased new at Mother's Music, Calgary, AB Canada.

'Steel Adjustable Neck'
Serial Number: 049193

I'll be looking to restore this, I see a minor crack in the neck...so the strings are loose and anyone who has a tip on the best repair man in Calgary, sing out eh!?!! Cheers
Thomas Coolberth Thomas Coolberth from Leominster wrote on 2022-12-30 at 19:12
Have a 03xxxxx serial numbered black, LP type. Have installed cheap Duncan Designed pickups, after market tuners and this weird brass bridge from Korea.

Paid $200 for this and worth every penny. This thing must weigh 10lbs ! The whole body vibrates when played. Only previously experienced this with a $2500 Schecter Custom!
Brad Brad wrote on 2022-12-30 at 05:34
I just got a 718dt1, I’ve been playing guitar for a few months now, but I swap and trade them as well, so I’ve had about 20 different brands and styles.. if this one didn’t buzz so much, it would be hands down the best guitar I’ve played yet.. the neck is slim and fits my hand just right, the super strat body is slim and light and has extra contour and fits me perfect, the Floyd rose looks and sounds fan friggen tastic.. it is a stained and or lacquered wood grain, it is bright red with a shiny wet gloss effect.. I am satisfied with it, for now..
Set Landerich Set Landerich from Long Evil wrote on 2022-12-22 at 13:06
So, this is my Invader 1, body and hardware original. I changed the pup for a SD distortion and put in a split coil DiMarzio pot. Has been my main axe for the Weird Terror since the first recording, Last I did was of a more cosmetic approach. (I wish I knew how to post pictures here. 😛 )
Kim Kim from Sydney wrote on 2022-12-18 at 00:14
Hi, I have a Vantage VC-100 which I purchased at a music shop in Kingsford in 1984. Since then have never seen another one. Friends and family who have played it have all loved the sound.
Marius Marius from Cali wrote on 2022-12-12 at 04:32
I proudly have a Avenger 315 , thanks for the very very very worthy info
JOSE ROGACIANO DA PAZ JOSE ROGACIANO DA PAZ from CARUARU wrote on 2022-11-30 at 19:30
Yes a have aVantage model 655VG thats very similar with Epiphone Emperor II Joe Pass Natual
Jeff Disbrow Jeff Disbrow from Wallingford, Connecticut wrote on 2022-10-17 at 19:33
My Mom gave me $1000 bucks for graduating high school in 1983. Went to Brian Guitars to buy a new bass. Wasn't sure if I wanted a Rick or a Fender P. Tried out both of them and I love the sound of both of those, so when I picked up the Vantage VP825B (active) I was blown away. I seemed to be able to get very close to both sounds with that one bass. It played like a dream too. It was $500 cheaper than the Ric and $300 cheaper than the Fender. It was a no brainer. I still have it and it's gonna be 40 next year. Never have to adjust the neck, never goes out of tune. It's an amazing instrument!! Pretty much the only bass I've played or ever needed. I did finally get a Ric, but my Vantage holds its own next to it and is still my go to. It was also really cool to see Lemmy playing a Vantage in the Fun Facts below!!
Roger Asprey Roger Asprey from Truro, NS, Canada wrote on 2022-09-23 at 21:39
Recently bought a Vantage 225B-1 bass at my local pawn shop for $50. What a great bass. Best money I've spent in a long time.
Alex Torres Alex Torres from Manila wrote on 2022-08-26 at 16:09
I was a newbie back then when I bought my guitar in a local guitar store's garage sale. I just thought it was beautiful and inexpensive. I didn't know how rare it was. I've been combing through the net for the exact model of it ever since.

I have finally found out it's a Vantage VDL 21A (dark green metallic)
David Brookman David Brookman from Adelaide, South Australia wrote on 2022-05-31 at 08:26
My first guitar was a Vantage AV-330 bought in 1982 just like the one pictured in the gallery of this website, serial number 2010016 - my guitar’s serial number is 2010015! I still own this guitar today and it still plays beautifully- great action and it still has the original pickups too. I will never sell this guitar which is great news for my son who will inherit it.
Elliott MacDonald Elliott MacDonald from Ottawa wrote on 2022-04-19 at 01:11
Hello everyone.
When I was young, I received a 1982? blue Vantage AV330-MX as a gift from my father. Shortly after I got it, it was unfortunately destroyed beyond repair in an accident.
I am hoping to one day replace it with the exact same model.
If anyone happens upon this guitar, I might be interested in buying it.
Great website, BTW.