- tube amplifiers
- bass guitars
- electric guitars
Henry Weill founded the Fenton-Weill company in 1960 after Jim Burns left the short-lived Burns-Weill parnership. Fenton-Weill made electric guitars and basses as well as amplifers in London. Weill started small in his own house but by 1963 he had a factory at 96 Lots Road in Chelsea, with a number of employees and was making instruments for Hofner and Selmer. By 1965, however, Fenton-Weill was out of the guitar & amp business.
Source: The Burns Book. Paul Day. 1979. PP Publishing.
Source: Early 1960s Fenton-Weill catalog.