Re: Domino guitars

Posted by Johnothan Hass on Sun, 10/20/02 - 18:06:43.

: I just bought a Domino Dawson guitar at a flea market. I'd like any information I can get on Domino guitars. Please direct me to a source of information if you can. Thanks

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I need a good neck for Californian any one

I need a neck for domino Californian can anybody point me in the right direction ?

Domino schem

I have a Californian (2 pickups, three switch plate like a Jaguar) and am having some trouble figuring out the ' circuit switch soldering issue', as one wire was loose when I opened it, but returning it to where I thought it should be did not solve the problem. There is ZERO sound....Went to the "Inside A Domino" section and was duly frustrated to find no pics of a correctly wired one. Loads of pictures of them though!
Can anyone post a circuit photo of this cool guitar??

Re: Domino guitars

http://powerstump.tripod.com/vintagedominoguitars

: : I just bought a Domino Dawson guitar at a flea market. I'd like any information I can get on Domino guitars. Please direct me to a source of information if you can. Thanks

Re: Domino guitars

Domino Guitars were cheap mid to late 60s guitars. They were primarily made in Japan. It probaly says on the neck plate where it was made. I have a 68 hollowbody. You ought to get yurs appraised. Ive been told mine can fetch lots of MONEY. $$$$$

Re: Domino guitars

: Domino Guitars were cheap mid to late 60s guitars. They were primarily made in Japan. It probaly says on the neck plate where it was made. I have a 68 hollowbody. You ought to get yurs appraised. Ive been told mine can fetch lots of MONEY. $$$$$

I have a Domino Silverhawk from the 60's in excellent condition and I'm trying find the value anything you can tell me would be appreciated

Re: Domino guitars

: Domino Guitars were cheap mid to late 60s guitars. They were primarily made in Japan. It probaly says on the neck plate where it was made. I have a 68 hollowbody. You ought to get yurs appraised. Ive been told mine can fetch lots of MONEY. $$$$$

My 1st guitar was a yellow solid body Californian Domino w/ the dark wood grain p/g. Got it at 12 years old in 1968. I wish, I wish, I wish I still had it. However in 4 days I'm having it tattooed on my arm along with the other 5 so far.

Re: Domino guitars

I have a Domino electric, my first, bought in 1967. It stills works but needs new tuning heads. I can't find a supplier with the right stuff to fit the hole arrangement.
I have no idea who carries Domino products anymore. If you come up with something, please let me know, and vice versa, of course.

Steve O

Re: Domino guitars

First we need to know which domino you own, then we can figure out which tuners you need.

: I have a Domino electric, my first, bought in 1967. It stills works but needs new tuning heads. I can't find a supplier with the right stuff to fit the hole arrangement.
: I have no idea who carries Domino products anymore. If you come up with something, please let me know, and vice versa, of course.

: Steve O

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