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|Japan||late 60's||bolt on||violin with f-holes||forehead||yes||yes|
| notes: Norma
was a brand name from StrumīN Drum, Inc. of Chicago, who imported most
instruments from the Tombo Company in Japan. Tombo is said to have been
specialized in copying italian guitars like EKO and Goya. The guitar below should be a copy of the Eko 995 type
and was available in sunburst or nature finish.
The same model exists with a scroll headstock instead of the forhead (refer to pictures in the lowermost line). Both types feature the Z-inlays on the fretboard.
|Japan||late 60's||bolt on||violin with single f-holes||round||yes||yes|
|notes: same as Domino|