EXAMPLES OF FENTON-WEILL GUITARS

 

Please note that this webpage does not provide a fully comprehensive account of Fenton-Weill Guitars. It is merely intended to provide some background to what is really a website dedicated to Fenton-Weill Amplifiers. 

 

1. FENTON-WEILL TRIPLEMASTER, COURTESY OF BONECAT MUSIC

 

 

 

 

2. FENTON-WEILL TWINMASTER, COURTESY OF BONECAT MUSIC:

 

 

 

3. FENTON-WEILL CONTRABASS, COURTESY OF ANDY BRIGGS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. FENTON-WEILL DUALMASTER, COURTESY OF TIM BRAYBROOKS

Visit Tim's WEIRD VINTAGE GUITARS WEBSITE to see this and many other very interesting guitars.

 

 

4A. FENTON-WEILL DUALMASTER RESTORATION, COURTESY OF MARTIN KUNZ, AUSTRIA

 

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5. FENTON-WEILL DUALTONE, COURTESY OF PAUL WRATTEN

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6. FENTON-WEILL DUALMASTER ADVERT (1963), COURTESY OF BRIAN WATTERS

 

 

7. FENTON-WEILL DELUXE (?), COURTESY OF TIM BRAYBROOKS

Visit Tim's WEIRD VINTAGE GUITARS WEBSITE to see this and many other very interesting guitars.

 

 

 

8. FENTON-WEILL AMAZON, COURTESY OF SIMON MURPHY:

 

 

The Fenton-Weill Amazon was also supplied to the Hohner company who marketed it as the Hohner Apache. To see an example of an Apache, visit KEN SPENCER'S GUITAR COLLECTION WEBSITE .

 

 

9. c1961 SINGLE PICKUP SOLID (UNKNOWN MODEL NAME), OWNED BY KAISER MATT:

 

 

 

10. 1962 CAROUSEL, OWNED BY DOMINIC BLAAZER:

 

 

These guitars appeared in the 1962 Bells Catalogue, and were available for only a very short time in the UK. They were Eastern European guitar bodies, imported into Britain and then fitted out with Weill/Burns electrics. (Thanks to Roland of Battledown Brewery for the information.)

 


 

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