Burns Virginian Prototype - well Hayman ?

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Burns Virginian Prototype - well Hayman ?

Postby Billyboygretsch » Tue May 23, 2017 6:00 pm

This is a prototype which was produced around 2002 by Barry Gibson and Keith West. Designated Hayman but never went into production
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Re: Burns Virginian Prototype - well Hayman ?

Postby cockroach » Wed May 24, 2017 12:21 am

Interesting! Thanks for posting.

I always thought the GB65 and Virginian were quite odd and whimsical in a British sort of way, design wise..the illegitimate offspring of a cutaway dreadnaught acoustic and a Telecaster... :roll: :D

I suppose they thought that as the Steer was worth reissuing, then maybe the Virginian was too...and also handily reintroducing the Hayman brand..
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