Available as a strictly limited edition of 500 guitars.

Hand signed certificate from Hank and Bruce
Gold plated Rez-o-tube™ tremolo system
Locking Sperzel machine heads
3 Rez-o-Matic™ handmade pickups

Jet-Sonic® guitar

The talented Italian designer Pagelli has worked closely with Burns® London to create a unique new design. The new Jet-Sonic® oozes contemporary retro chic featuring gorgeous curves and a truly individual style. All components and materials used are of the high quality Burns® are renowned for and our musicians have come to expect. The sound is really out of this world — we believe the Jet-Sonic™ is going to fly off the shelves.


Scorpion Bass guitar

Introduced in 1979, the Burns Scorpion Bass was updated and improved, with a 34-inch scale hardrock maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard for a wide variety of tones. As Guitarist & Bassist Magazine said, "The Scorpion Bass sounds awesome, delivers all the punch and power you would expect."



The Barracuda model was available in guards red and played either as a short scale bass or an effective lead and rhythm guitar. Tuning was the same as standard 6 string guitar but an octave below, as used by Jet Harris of The Shadows.



The Batwing model was a flat headstock version of the already successful Marquee Guitar (Guitar of the year 1999). The orginal Burns Guitars first introduced in the early Sixties had a one sided headstock with a distinct batwing shape. We have reintroduced the old style with slight improved modifications including chrome hardware as standard.



The Burns Legend was a faithful reproduction of the original Burns Marvin, first introduced in 1964. Each Legend had been handcrafted in England to include all the original features, such as the Rez-o-tube unit. This exclusive patent involves each string passing through the bridge in its own individual resonance tube, rather than going through alongside 5 other strings. This enhances the tone of each string and gives greater clarity of articulation.


Drifter LG 50

Many companies produced a similar guitar to this model in the late fifties to early sixties, most famously were Guyatone, Antoria and Burns Weill. Our Drifter LG 50 is a close replica of the guitar as used by Hank Marvin in the late fifties before he discovered Fender® and Burns® Guitars.



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