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A guitar for all seasons.
This full-sized dreadnought has a traditional laminated spruce top and mahogany for rich, round tone....
Sporting a solid spruce top for beautiful resonance and projection, the MD100SCE also features mahogany back...
A great beginner guitar for your little music-maker.
An affordable solid-top guitar.
Exquisite vintage sunburst.
Since entering the scene for the first time in 1986, Mitchell has earned itself a well-deserved reputation as a maker of high-quality guitars that anybody can afford. These instruments are great choices for beginners, students and hobbyists, as well as pro guitarists looking for an economical guitar to bring along when away from the studio or stage. Most of the guitars you'll find here in Mitchell's lineup are based on the ever-popular dreadnought body style. The larger sound chamber in these instruments makes them louder and bolder than their smaller cousins. They're a must for bluegrass, and Mitchell offers them traditionally shaped in models like the MD100 and MDJ10 as well as with a cutaway, such as in the MD200SCE. The cutaway shape is great for highly technical players, since it gives you better access to the extreme end of the fretboard.
For orchestral and studio use, the classical body style may be a better choice than the dreadnought. Mitchell has this segment covered with the MO100S and MX400. If simplicity is what you're after, consider the MO. But if it's versatility you want, then the nod has to go to the MX: it uses a cutaway shape and it's acoustic-electric, so you have the option of plugging it in to an amplifier. That will allow you to be heard in bigger spaces, and gives you the ability to add effects pedals to your setup.
Are you looking to take your first steps into the world of folk guitar? If so, you've got to check out the MO100SPK Folk Acoustic Guitar Pack. It comes with a compact guitar, small enough for easy travel or young players, as well as a bundle of useful accessories. With a gig bag, tuner, DVD guide, strap, picks and even a spare set of strings all in the box, it's the perfect kit to hit the ground running.
Whether you opt for the bundle or a guitar alone, you can't go wrong with Mitchell. They're well-built, great-sounding and good-looking guitars and they couldn't be easier on the pocketbook. That's an enviable list of qualities and definitely makes for a solid choice.