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Mitchell MDJ10 Junior dreadnought acoustic guitar with gig bag
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A perfect guitar for small hands.

The Mitchell MDJ10 Junior Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar has a reduced scale and body size that make it a perfect choice for the little guitarist-in-training, as well as an incredible travel guitar. Equipped with a solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a carved mahogany back for increased bass response, it generates a balanced tone with plenty of projection.

Covered-gear tuners keep The MDJ10 guitar in tune from song to song. The Mitchell MDJ10's dovetail neck joint gives the guitar strength and sustain. The rosewood bridge and fretboard bring out clarity in the tone, and the C-shape neck provides comfort for your fretting hand. The real abalone rosette and body/neck binding make the MDJ10 guitar look as great as it sounds. The MDJ10 includes a gig bag and strap.

Mitchell MDJ10 Junior dreadnought acoustic guitar with gig bag Features:

  • 6-string
    Junior (7/8 scale) dreadnought body
    Solid Sitka spruce top
    Mahogany back and sides
    Carved mahogany back
    Dovetail neck joint
    Mahogany neck
    Rosewood fretboard and bridge
    18 frets (12 open)
    1-5/8" nut width
    21.25" scale length
    Covered, geared tuners
    Chrome hardware
    Gloss natural finish
    Includes gig bag, strap

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  • Great Guitar For Anyone

    As reviewed by JJB on 4/29/2010

    I bought this Mitchell MDJ10 for my 8-year-old son, after trying to teach him lessons on my back-up dreadnought acoustic. Hard as he tried, the dreadnought was too big. We saw this at our Albany GC, and we fell head over heels for it. Beautifully finished and appointed, good sound/projection (for its size)with the bowed back, and best of all, it stays in tune wonderfully! Still can't believe what we got for the price. The gig bag offers no real protection other than keeping dust off it, but that's not a deal-breaker. I've been enjoying it and playing it more than my son. It's smaller size and cost ensures that it will accompany us on our summer vacations. A great guitar for kids to start playing on, or as a nifty back-up/second guitar for anyone looking for a nice unit at a great price.

    26 of 26 people found this review helpful.
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  • The little 12 fret that could

    As reviewed by Theo on 2/9/2011

    I saw this little guitar hanging up outside the acoustic room, picked it up & looked it over. Overall build quality & finish is quite good, just a little extra glue squeeze out at the edge of the soundhole next to the fretboard extension. The model I saw had a straight fretboard termination at the soundhole, rather than curved, which I prefer aesthetically. Examined the top, which is visually reminiscient of red spruce (very wide, straight grain with pronounced dark streaks), & noticed that on this particular model the grain was continous at the edges of the soundhole. Even though the label does not have an 'S' (for solid top) & the description shows 'genuine' spruce top, the guitar that I picked up definitely has a solid top. Tuned it up - the covered tuning machines are the only shortcoming I can see on this guitar, due to their instability, which requires a good bit of time spent 'dialing it in'. Adding die cast tuners, which will require enlarging the tuner post holes in the headstock & drilling additional set screw holes is something I will doing soon. Played it - Action is low, neck relief was adjusted correctly with a minimum of relief, nut slots were cut to the proper depth & saddle height allows adequate string break-angle. Very full, rounded tone for a 3/4 size guitar, which was surprising as it is very easy for a guitar this small to sound thin, hollow or 'tinny'. Other guitar makers should take notice of how a 12 fret neck, along with moving the bridge down from the soundhole & making the necessary changes in bracing geometry, would most likely improve the depth of tone & overall dynamic range of their travel-size guitars. A set of Elixir PolyWeb 80/20 lights would add a considerable amount of mellowness to this guitar & would also make it easier to play, especially if it is begin considered as a child's first guitar.

    10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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  • You little BEAUTY!!!

    As reviewed by Rosie on 10/22/2010

    OH MY GOSH!!, just bought this little gen from Sacramento GC (Rock on Clayton and Gabe) and I just can't stop playing it. It has a gorgeous warm sustaining tone, and the action is perfect. I bought if for my daughters, but now they will have to fight me for it. Why bother with the baby Taylor, when this is far superior, and half the price. How i wish i had bought two...Yes I'm in love!

    10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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