Mitchell Acoustic Guitars
Before diving right in and looking at all the options available to you, it helps to consider what you're going to specifically need as a musician. How advanced are your technical skills? What type of sound are you after? Are you more comfortable with a cutaway design? Do you plan to perform live? How many strings are you looking for? Once you can give an answer to these questions you decision will get that much easier.
For example, if you're just starting out and are looking for something to practice on that still has that professional feel, you're here for the top rated MD100 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar. Featuring a spruce top with a mahogany back and sides, this guitar also has a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, as well as a gloss finish. With a low-end tone and a powerful projection, you'll love playing this guitar for hours on end. On the other hand, if you're skills are a bit more advanced and you're looking to gig around town, you may be most interested in the MX400 Exotic Wood Acoustic-Electric guitar. With an exotic tonewood construction, a CE304T Preamp 3-band EQ with a built-in tuner and a modified “O” style rosette for a classic look, this grand-auditorium guitar plays like nothing you've picked up before.
Mitchell acoustic guitars were made with the musicians that will be using them in mind. You've made a decision to learn guitar or improve your existing skills, and you deserve a quality instrument to make that dream a reality. When you go with a Mitchell you'll be more than impressed with the music you'll be able to make.