[NAMM] Richmond Empire
Montreal based Godin Guitars is getting ready for the upcoming new year with the introduction of a number of guitar models at this winter’s NAMM show next month.
Richmond is the newest brand in the Godin Guitar family and welcomes the new Richmond Empire into its fold.
It makes its NAMM debut this January and features a single cutaway solid silver leaf maple body with poplar wings, or the new solid mahogany body design. Other features include a 24 ¾” scale, an Ergocut neck with a worn in feel, rosewood fingerboard, high-ratio tuners and a chrome wraparound bridge.
The Empire is powered by 2x Godin pickups including a low-noise single-coil in the neck position and a custom humbucker in the bridge.
The tones can be controlled by a 3-way toggle switch, 1x volume & 1x tone knob starting at a suggested list price of $639.00! (price includes deluxe gig-bag).
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