WEEDON, BERT
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WEEDON, BERT
Trademark of instruments previously built in West Germany in the mid-1960s.
While the Bert Weedon trademark was a brand name used by a UK importer, Bert Weedon was a famous British guitarist best known for his daily guitar lessons on British radio. Weedon was normally associated with Hofner guitars throughout his career. The Zero One model was a semi-hollowbody with a single cutaway and two pickups. Source: Tony Bacon and Paul Day, The Guru's Guitar Guide.

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