Richmond Belmont
Richmond Belmont

Belmont, Other Shape Guitar from Richmond.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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alphamae's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" excellent guitar to own ..."

Richmond Belmont
You will find everything on the manufacturer's website.
I'm just saying congratulations for the quality of wood used. It smells Canadian forest with trees that ring hairy remaining light to bear on our poor back guitarist.


The neck is mahogany. It is generally fine, pleasant to work hyper and touch.
No doubt, we are at Godin. The guitar is super easy as well when sitting and standing. Everything falls under the fingers, ready to drop the watts using a configuration micors well chosen. The Belmont has a Bigsby Bigsby ... and again, that happiness my people !!
We can do so rock and even so surf or country! Everything suits her maid. Heavy !! What you have left it to big then ???? Nothing else than to be too expensive for pieces of wood ...


2 Seymour Duncan single and a double that sends heavy !!! We go from the universe to that of fenderien lespaulien rock !! An inter five relevant positions and more happiness.
The beautiful sound !!!


I was looking for a simple and obvious guitar to accompany me on my adventures.
Solid without taking cabbage without minaudage. But beware, standing forces, the beautiful sound, comfort and a nice livery, please.
And I am delighted. Now a test is worth a thousand words. Also if you require and the logo of the brand does not frustrate your ego, try run even if the fine is to be still rare to find. We are in France right même..Ya not all .... Come on, hello!
babus caesar06/27/2010

babus caesar's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent value for money."

Richmond Belmont
Made in Canada in the Godin factory.
It has a maple neck thin enough for 24 boxes. Getting started is fairly easy.
It has a humbucker bridge side followed by 2 LPs simple. Everything is excellent seymour duncan. The 5-position switch lets you navigate between them and how to combine a stratum.

The body is solid maple and the table, I do not know.

When one holds in hand, we feel that this is a quality instrument with a flawless finish.

I takes only 8 because I do not like the grainy black color and there is a very limited color choices.


The neck is not bad, he takes it in hand. I usually play a Les Paul and a Start. I would say it is between the two level size.
It arrives in a few settings to produce interesting sounds.
I tested sitting in a mag and saw no problem with its ergonomic composiiton it is a bit heavy but it is far from an LP


I tested it on a Randall.
The clean sounds are good as others.
We have a very wide tonal palette and the HSS configuration avoids the bass sound that I sometimes found on a muddy LP.
My thing is, the 80s rock to Slash, Motley ... etc.
I takes only 7 because we can not say that the sounds are excellent, I found it on the other hand lack of personality. They are just too good.


Seen at 1000 € in new mag. It's a mega value for money.
I almost take it but I'm dry right now. I urge TBD those who want to buy a good guitar without breaking the bank completely versatile.