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Thread: WTB: Le Domino ukulele, banjolele, guitar, mandolin etc

  1. #11
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    Default Your Le Domino's

    Quote Originally Posted by gaspar View Post
    Im still in the hunt for everything "Le domino". Contact me if you want to sell your Dominoes

    This is my "Le Domino" family so far:
    Hi,
    I have two le domino ukes, a le domino banjo uke, a big boy and two le domon parlor guitars. all in very nice shape.. the two parlor's have even had necks reset
    I am looking for the mandolin
    Your collection looks sweet

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    Hi psundtrom! Please send me a Private Message so we can talk about that domino awesome collection you got!

    This is the le domino mandolin I bought



    Last edited by gaspar; 08-21-2012 at 05:36 PM.

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    Hi Gaspar, It's been quite a while since we've chatted. I have picked up another Ledomino mandolin and a Ledomino tenor that arrived with a broken neck. I am having a new neck made to the same specifications. Hope you are doing well.
    Pete

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    While I see that this in an old thread, I thought I would point to a LeDomino that I just noticed for sale for anyone interested in these

    https://reverb.com/item/6736243-le-d...oprano-ukulele

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    I have a Le Domino Banjo Ukulele that was made by the Regal Company. I have replaced the tuners with Waverly Tuners ( still have the originals ) and the bridge as well ( still have the original). The armrest was fabricated by me and can be removed.

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    It sounds amazing. I have strung it with Fremont Blackline Fluorocarbon Strings.

    Regards,
    Bill

    Pono ATDC Tenor Cutaway
    Vintage Tenor Banjo Ukulele ( circa 1920 )
    Vintage le Domino Concert Banjo ukulele ( circa 1931 )

    If it is worth doing, it is worth doing right.

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