- valve amplifiers
- acoustic guitars
- electric guitars
- lap steel guitars
Francis, Day & Hunter was a British music publishing company founded in London in 1877 by brothers William and James Francis and David Day as W&J Francis and Day. Harry Hunter joined in 1880 and the company was renamed Francis, Day & Hunter. FDH also distributed guitars, amplifiers and banjos in the 1950s under the brand names Mohawk and John Grey amongst others. By 1972 Francis, Day and Hunter had been taken over EMI and the FDH brand name was no-longer.
Source: IMSLP Francis Day and Hunter (3 May 2017)