Here we have a Le Domino guitar made by Regal in the 1930s that has seen a lot of play but has been brought back to life and made structurally sound and eminently playable. These Le Dominos are among the coolest guitars from the 20s and 30s with their domino decals, wide necks, and slotted headstock. And they sound really nice.
Original 3-on-a-plate Nickel tuners. Replacement bone nut with width of 1 15/16 inches. Mahogany neck with 25 inch scale length and 16 inch radius. Neck depth of .9375 inches at the first fret and 1.125 inches at the twelfth fret. Replacement Ebony fingerboard with 18 frets and Ebony bridge with bone saddle. There is a Rosewood and Maple bridge plate that was added to reinforce the top. The guitar has also had a neck set so the neck angle is great.
This Le Domino sounds marvelous and plays perfectly up and down the neck. Comes with a gig bag.
Model: Le Domino
Finish: Black Top, Sides, and Neck with Sunburst Back
Case: Gig Bag
Weight: 3 pounds
Condition: Fair (with lots of playwear, some areas of finish loss and bubbling, replaced fingerboard and other mods, and repaired cracks)
Modifications: Neck reset; replaced fingerboard with dot inlays; refret; bone nut; bridge plate added for top reinforcement; replaced bridge and saddle possibly replaced back
Comments: Player grade Le Domino that still sings a sweet song.