The 1967 Domino Californian Rebel was designed and targeted to the 60's surf scene and are now extremely rare. It was hybrid of the VOX Phantom, the EKO Violin and the Mosrite (note the small dot markers). The chambered body makes for a lightweight design with a nice German carve on the top and a smooth tremolo system with roller bridge. Each pickup has a rhythm/solo switch. The fast playing maple neck retains the unique headstock of the original. Surfs up!
Posted by paul on 5th Jul 2014
So light-weight & balanced, it almost plays itself. Huge tonal range, great cleans and screams with a little overdrive. I LOVE this guotarand I have many good ones.
Posted by Joe on 1st Apr 2014
Am easy playing guitar capable of great surf sounds. Only problem is that I can't get the tremolo bar to stay in. (reply from Eastwood: The trem arm is press fit. Give it a good shove (more than you think) and it will seat into the tremolo system)