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Mitchell MD200S Solid-Top Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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A solid-top guitar at a price you can afford.

The Mitchell MD200S Solid-Top Dreadnought acoustic guitar features a full-size dreadnought style body made of rosewood, one of the most luxurious of tonewoods. The solid spruce top ensures amazing tone, while additional features like abalone rosette and body binding make for an instrument that looks as good as it sounds. Case sold separately.

Mitchell MD200S Solid-Top Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Specifications:

  • Body Style: Dreadnought
    Top: Solid Spruce
    Back: Laminated Rosewood
    Sides: Laminated Rosewood
    Neck: Mahogany
    Neck Joint: Dovetail
    Inlay Pattern: Pearl dots
    Rosette: Abalone
    Binding: White with Black/White/Black Purfling
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Bridge: Rosewood
    No. of frets: 20/14 open
    Scale length: 25-1/2"
    Nut Width: 1-11/16"
    Neck width at body: 2-1/8"
    String spacing at saddle E-E: 2-1/8"
    Pickguard: Black
    Bridgepins: Ivory/Black dots
    Saddle: Compensated
    Width at Upper Bout: 11-3/8"
    Width at Lower Bout: 15-3/8"
    Maximum Depth: 4-3/4"
    Finish: Gloss
    Tuners: Chrome Die-Cast
    Case sold separately

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  • Great tone, Great Action Low$

    As reviewed by Grim Rider on 12/2/2009

    Very crisp, full tone. Rings like a bell. Not dull, not tinney. Better than the Fender, Ibanez -- and to my surprise, the Yamahas in the same price range. Great action. Nice finish and workmanship. I play a Martin D28 -- this MD200S is my "beach guitar." It's made in Indonesia; I've had very good luck with that from Squier. Worth buying; not junk (like the rest). This is a very nice sounding, playable guitar for a great price. GR

    20 of 20 people found this review helpful.
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  • Review from a somewhat experienced guitar player.

    As reviewed by Nick C. on 1/26/2010

    After reading hundreds of reviews, and doing tons of research looking for the best possible guitar for the price, I decided to go for this model. I have to say, that the guitar is indeed well built, and the quality is amazing for the price. The sound is crisp and rich, the finish and the looks are great and the solid top is nice (the spruce used for it was a little young though) BUT.. I dunno if I had bad luck, but the frets on my unit were really messed up, and felt like sandpaper everytime I pulled a string for vibrato. I took it to a luthier in order to get them polished, and the action lowered a lil bit, and that took care of the issue. Oh, and I d like to recommend installing a bone nut and saddle, it really makes a difference. I also put a set of light elixir strings, and my fingerstyle sounds angel-like. Dont be afraid to buy it, Its a really sweet piece of work, and I love watching it leaning against the stand, its almost decorative =D. And YES, it does sound like a way more expensive guitar. Even my luthier gave me props for the purchase.

    16 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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  • This guitar blows me away!

    As reviewed by Brian Lee on 3/7/2011

    I own 2 Ovation Legends (1978 and 2010). Both great guitars in their own right. But you can't beat the sound of all wood. I have played Taylor 814's and Martin GPCPA1's. I'm not going to say it sounds every bit as good as they do, but I have to tell you, this guitar rocks. And for $249, it's a no-brainer. Apples and oranges? I don't think so. I challenge anyone to find a better sounding guitar under $600. I don't think you can. I am certainly not a professional. I play occasionally at church. The other 95% of the time is in my home office. But I am a "pragmatic perfectionist". Meaning, I won't accept anything short of great sound, but I'll accept ANY make and model if it fits that criteria. I don't have to be a name dropper. Because Mitchells are not under the same QC as Martins and Taylors, you may get a "dud" from time to time. That's why you have to play what you buy. I bought this off the wall at GC after many side-by-side comparisons. I asked for one in the box, but the action was terrible. It blows away the Big Baby Taylor, not to mention their 3/4 sized guitars which, to me, sound like toys. The low end on this guitar is warm, rich and clear. The top strings are crisp and clear, as well. This dreadnought doesn't seem to give up the highs. Overall volume is loud. Was this a fluke? Don't know. But there is no way I will part with this one. For you photographers, this is like buying a Holga that turns out to perform like a Leica. Yea, it's that good. Oh, BTW, I think I'm going to sell My new Ovation Legend LX. This is my NEW favorite guitar.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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