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In ’60 he founded his own company, Ormston Burns Ltd., which began selling guitars branded “Burns London.” Among his most endearing guitar designs were the pointy, horned Bison and a guitar made for Hank Marvin, England’s answer to the Ventures.Burns guitars were generally well designed and produced, with feather-touch vibratos, a unique “gear-box” truss rod adjuster (which ended up on many Baldwin-era Gretsches), and nifty electronic features like the “Wild Dog” setting on the Jazz Split Sound (basically an early out-of-phase tone).The piano building thrived and Baldwin became the first American piano company to win the Grand Prix Award at the International Exhibition in Paris in 1900. Louis Exposition in 1904 and London’s Anglo-American Exposition in 1914.As early as 1935, Baldwin pioneered electronic organs and developed the electronic church organ.Even new guitar importing companies were fueled by money from elsewhere: Strum & Drum (Norma) came from nuts and bolts; W. James Ormston Burns was born in England in 1925 and following World War II became involved in making guitars.In the late ’50s he was part of Burns-Weill, making some of the earliest production guitars in England.
Despite the good times for guitar sellers, Burns London was in desperate need of a rescue.
Since most of Burns’ guitars ended up in the Baldwin line, there’s no need to go into them at length.
The most detailed source for information on Burns guitars is The Burns Book (The Bold Strummer, 1990) by Paul Day.
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