Fenton-Weill Dualtone

Fenton-Weill Dualtone

Here’s something you don’t see everyday. It’s a c.1961 Fenton-Weill Dualtone in stunning red finish, with a cool black neck. Fenton-Weill guitars sprung from the same ground as other early British makers like Burns, Dallas and Vox. In fact Henry Weill and Jim Burns were partners in a short lived company called Burns-Weill in 1959/60. All of these early British guitars share a number of similar features and many were made at the same factory sharing the same parts. One of the major problems with them was that the manufacturers hadn’t yet figured out how to install frets and many examples of these early ones have the frets literally falling out of the neck. This is not the case here as the frets are perfect with very little wear. The whole guitar is in excellent condition with a few very small scratches and a bit of finish checking and is 100% original. It plays great and sounds fantastic! These Fenton-Weill pickups are just amazing and this is the cleanest example of this model that I have seen. OHSC included.

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