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FENTON-WEILL
Instruments previously built in England from 1959 through the mid-1960s.
Henry Weill's company (after collaboration with Jim Burns of the Burns-Weill trademark), produced a decent range of distinctive solid body designs. While earlier models may seem similar to Burns-Weill models, they were soon restyled and other models of "similar character" were added. Fenton-Weill also produced fiberglass bodied guitars under the trademark of FIBRATONE. As author Tony Bacon has noted, "although UK-made guitars have often offered better value and quality, they apparently lack the mystique of leading USA instruments." Most English-built guitars were destined for English consumption. Few have shown up in the United States. Source: Tony Bacon, The Ultimate Guitar Book.

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