Model Search
Select Category There are no categories for this manufacturer
Instruments currently produced in Wembley, England.
Roberto Brandoni was born and raised in Castelfidardo, Italy´s premier musical instrument production area. By age six, he was already helping out in his father´s accordion factory. In 1972, Brandoni resettled in England and has become part of the British music industry. After working for UK distributor Dallas-Arbiter, Brandoni started his own firm specializing in music-related accessories like Quik-Lok stands and cases.
Brandoni became involved in guitar production after buying out leftover Vox and Hayman spare parts. Setting up workshops in Wembley, he produced and customized a number of instruments over the years (such as Graffiti of London). In 1987, Brandoni acquired the remaining inventory of EKO parts after the company closed down. Brandoni also purchased the contents of the Welson factory (another leading Italian guitar builder). Brandoni is currently offering guitars built of parts from decommissioned EKO, Vox, and Welson factories. Models and parts can come from bodies, necks, bridges, tailpieces, pickups, accessories, and strings. All prices, as well as more information on parts, are listed on their website.

From Blue Book Publications:

No part of this information may be reproduced in any form whatsoever, by photograph, mimeograph, fax transmission or any other mechanical or electronic means. Nor can it be broadcast or transmitted, by translation into any language, nor by electronic recording or otherwise, without the express written permission from the publisher.