I've always wondered about these. 3 Fralin dominos. Comments? Thanks, Jamie.
A guy down the street had a '93 for sale with 3 domino Fralins. Sunburst. I wanted it in the worst way, but when I inspected the neck the neck pocket was not right. I could bend the neck forward and back thus raising the pitch of the strings, while at the same time a slight cracking sound could be heard from the neck joint/pocket. I passed.As far as I know it's even more complicated. You're right about the '90/'91 EG3 and 4. Mine is a '90 EG3 -formerly with 3 Duncan SSL2s-, now outfitted with Kent Armstrong lipsticks.
The Sunburst is a '93 EGII aka EG Bolt-on. Those came in three pickguard versions: one with three Lindy Fralin "dominoes", one with two dominoes and a HFS humbucker and one with two HFSs and a regular Lindy Fralin single coil in the middle position, known as 1, 2 or 3. There were options like maple caps and tri-color sunburst and hey came with winged tuners.
My EGII had major neckjoint surgery. The neck bent forward and the body showed cracks, so I had the neck reinforced and glued into the body. The neck pickup had to move a little towards the bridge because of the neck reinforcement, so I changed the dominoes for the neck humbucker. Today it also sports a middle single coil to make it look more original, although a different model. It's a great guitar now and sounds somewhere between a strat and an SG.