Long Neck Prototype -NEW-
Made for the Scorpions Mtv Unplugged
One of the most played guitars at this ocassion.
Made completely of corinna with a spruce top. The
neck joins the body at the 18th fret.
Note the sound projector soundhole to add
volume, enhancing sound and playability, no bindings, but smooth rounded
Gold EVO superjumbo frets and a an ultrathin satin
nitro finish. Pickup is an L.R.Baggs Anthem.
Matthias Jabs at the show opener "Sting in the
Ingo Powitzer in action:
-NEW- Klaus Meine
A compact guitar made of corinna
with a spruce top.
Very slim carbon reinforced neck. Klaus plays it at his
solo performance on Mtv. Pickup is an L.R.Baggs Anthem
Resonator Pickup System -NEW-
A combination of two piezo and one
extraslim magnetic pickup.
All passive, no holes required, comes with 2 mini
volume pots and a custom socket, added to the endpin.
Can get wired mono or stereo. Available for brass and
nickel strings ("BrassSlider / NickelSlider")
Here is Rudolf Schenker´s 30ties National that he
played at Mtv:
- NEW - Dommenget Guitars on german
TV, click here
- NEW -
-NEW- SUPERNOUGHT -NEW-
You love the big sound of Superjumbos but
prefer the handling of a dreadnought ?
That´s exactly what the SUPERNOUGHT
is about, click here to
there are 3 videos to give you an overview of
what I do, scroll down
Thanks for visiting and welcome to DOMMENGET CUSTOM
I´m working on an update of the last 3 years right now.
So much has happened, come back soon.
What I can show here are just examples of my work.
I never had much chance to
as most of the time the guitars leave the workshop
the minute they are completed.
Many customers still send me copies of their own photos,it helps a lot,
thanks to all of you.
Yes, I still personally handmake all Dommenget guitars
I´ve been very busy building for THE SCORPIONS
over the last 13 years.
Their guitarist MATTHIAS JABS opened up his
own MJ-Guitars shop in
There is a fine selection of my guitars on display.
I hope you enjoy surfing through this webside.
(the name stems from France, pronounced
Guitar-building video (ca. 1997)
this website is best viewed with a
resolution of 1280x800 and:
I find viewing by Internet
Explorer and Window Media Player works best.
You will need the Adobe Flash Player to
watch the videos.