Burns London

Burns London is a guitar-making company originally formed in 1960 as Ormston Burns Ltd. It was founded by Alice Louise Farrell(1908-1993) and James Ormston Burns (1925–1998), who has been described as the British Leo Fender. Burns guitars were reintroduced in 1992, and the product line now includes a collector's edition of the first model the company produced.

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