1960/1, the Dallas was originally a joint effort between Weill and Burns. Burns producing the mahogany body and neck - very similar to early Burns guitars, and Weill.The electrics with pickups looking exactly like early Fenton Weill guitars. It has two pickups with a three-way switch with two volume controls and one tone. Unknown reason the tops of the knobs and switch have been painted cream/white. Bridge is adjustable and the tailpiece is the original tremolo model; it comes with a tremolo arm. Which is not original and doesn't fit well. The neck is fitted with the original twenty-one fret maple fingerboard and the headstock has. Two replacement tuners - in the hardcase there is one original tuner and an old guitar/amp. The body has been stripped from the original red with black neck, but it looks good as. It is and all works well.
It comes with a hardcase which may be the original one. The item "Fenton Weill/Burns''Dallas'' 1960/1 rare guitar with hardcase" is in sale since Thursday, August 3, 2017. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars". The seller is "priscillasnake" and is located in Gainsborough. This item can be shipped worldwide.