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Handcrafted Electric Solid Body Mandolins in Classic & Contemporary Designs from Norfolk, UK
All Models Feature Fully Adjustable Bridge Saddles, Handwound Pickups, Truss Rods, Radiused Fingerboards, Hand Cut Bone Nuts, 13 7/8" Scale Lengths (4 & 8 String Models) & Nitro Cellulose Paint as Standard
WE SPECIALISE IN 8,5 & 4 STRING ELECTRIC SOLID BODY MANDOLINS IN CLASSIC GUITAR SHAPES
With over half a century of combined experience, we are now able to marry Almuse pickups with Belvoir's luthiery, manufacturing & spraying skills in our purpose built 560 ft2 facility on the outskirts of Downham Market, Norfolk, England.
Handcrafted electric solid body mandolins in both classic and contemporary designs.
We produce our own hardware in-house which includes pickups, TOM (individually adjustable string intonation) style bridges & tailpieces and scratch plates. Our range is constantly growing and we can build your dream eMando to order.
All our models feature our own hand wound pickups with adjustable pole pieces, in-house produced nickel plated bridges with individually adjustable saddles, truss rods, radiused fingerboards, hand cut bone nuts, 2mm width fret wire and nitro-cellulose finish as standard.
Prices range from £545UK-£2495UK plus shipping
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Hayes Griffin with his Signature HGT/M5 Model
Introducing our Wildwood series of thru-neck eMandos.
Every build features a multi-laminate thru-body neck & smooth carved heel allowing optimum upper fret access with English Ash body wings, rosewood fingerboard, fixed bridges, handwound zebra coiled humbucking pickups with hardwood bobbin tops, mother of pearl fret markers, 2mm fret wire, handcut bone nut, shielded control cavity and satin nitro cellulose finish as standard.
We are currently able to offer these models in both 4 & 5 string 'super-strat' design but custom options are also available.
Thru-neck designs are inherently stronger than a bolt on and are far less likely to be affected by temperature & humidity changes.
Due to the nature of neck-through instruments, they tend to have better craftsmanship than their bolt-on counterparts.
It takes time to make these instruments, and doing it wrong can potentially ruin the entire project, which is why you typically see neck-through-body options on more expensive instruments, like high-end production models and custom shop designs.
For mass-produced guitars, bolt-on is much easier and cost-effective to make compared to neck-through-body, and this is why it’s the preferred choice for many manufacturers and millions of consumers.
Unfortunately, this can also mean that those guitars don’t have as much attention to detail and care than neck-through models. Read more...
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JAMIN UNBOXING HIS BELMUSE LP
"Hi, Guys. I am very happy to have this instrument in my hands.
As soon as I could plug the mandolin into an amp, I played it until dawn. She's fantastic! It weighs a ton, has a crazy sustain, the hardware is very pleasant, the key i