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Mitchell MD100CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

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The Mitchell MD100CE Dreadnought Cutaway Electric-Acoustic Guitar has a full-sized cutaway dreadnought body with a spruce top and mahogany back and sides. The cutaway enhances playability by offering ... Read More

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Overview

The Mitchell MD100CE Dreadnought Cutaway Electric-Acoustic Guitar has a full-sized cutaway dreadnought body with a spruce top and mahogany back and sides. The cutaway enhances playability by offering complete fingerboard access. The MD100CE features a dovetail neck joint, compensated sadldle, real abalone rosette and scalloped bracing for improved resonance. The onboard AT3000 active preamp lets you plug in and play with confidence in any venue. This affordable instrument will give you years of playing pleasure. Case sold separately.

Features
  • Body Style: Dreadnought Cutaway
  • Top: Spruce
  • Back: Mahogany
  • Sides: Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • No. of frets: 20
  • Scale length: 25-1/2"
  • Nut Width: 1-11/16
  • Neck width at body: 2-5/16"
  • String spacing at saddle E-E: 2-5/16"
  • Inlay pattern: Mother of Pearl dots
  • Rosette: Abalone
  • Binding: White with Black/White/Black Purfling
  • Pickguard: Black
  • Width at Upper Bout: 11-1/2"
  • Width at Lower Bout: 15-5/8"
  • Maximum Depth: 4-7/8"
  • Finish: Gloss
  • Electronics: Under the saddle Piezo electric pickups. AT 3000 active preamp with 2-band EQ, ±12dB, and volume sliders.
  • Tuners: Chrome
  • Case sold separately
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4.4

(based on 34 reviews)

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Best Guitar for the Price, Must Buy for Anyone!

I am new to the guitar and this is my first!! I wanted something that I could learn and stay with for a while!! I dont know much about choosing a guitar and...Read complete review

I am new to the guitar and this is my first!! I wanted something that I could learn and stay with for a while!! I dont know much about choosing a guitar and only had so much to spend!! After reviewing guitars on line and with what i had to spend it was between The Ibanez V70 series and the Mitchell MD100CE both priced at $199. The Ibanez is a good guitar but After Picking up the Mitchell I was sold!! The guitar is very well built to, with a Spruce top and Mahogony Sides and back!! This guitar is Beautiful and plays well(with what i know). I will be keeping this guitar for a long time. This is a great guitar for Beginners and anyone! Go buy 1 you will not go wrong. Love It Long Time!!

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DO NOT BUY THIS GUITAR

I've had some issues with this guitar. It was a guitar that sounded good for the first time I had it. I bought it on Black Friday. The first thing I noticed AFTER...Read complete review

I've had some issues with this guitar. It was a guitar that sounded good for the first time I had it. I bought it on Black Friday. The first thing I noticed AFTER I bought it was that the frets felt absurd. They felt less like steel and more of some coarser metal. The strings would scratch at any attempt of bend, and wouldn't grip at all at anything higher than the 12th fret. The electronics sounded too bright and thin. At first it was easy to play, but the last week I had it, the action became really high, so I adjusted the truss rod, and it seems that one side of the truss rod was adjusting more than the other. The treble side was buzzing horribly after adjusting. Finally, the strings kept slipping from the bridge. After dealing with all of this, I took the guitar to my locally owned shop to repair. The man replaced the bridge and adjusted the truss rod, and said the guitar was not worth it to repair fully, and suggested I get a new guitar. That is exactly what I did. Do not buy this guitar, or anything with a brand that is not dependable. If you can, please shop locally.

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1.0

DO NOT BUY THIS GUITAR

By Michael

from NY

I've had some issues with this guitar. It was a guitar that sounded good for the first time I had it. I bought it on Black Friday. The first thing I noticed AFTER I bought it was that the frets felt absurd. They felt less like steel and more of some coarser metal. The strings would scratch at any attempt of bend, and wouldn't grip at all at anything higher than the 12th fret. The electronics sounded too bright and thin. At first it was easy to play, but the last week I had it, the action became really high, so I adjusted the truss rod, and it seems that one side of the truss rod was adjusting more than the other. The treble side was buzzing horribly after adjusting. Finally, the strings kept slipping from the bridge. After dealing with all of this, I took the guitar to my locally owned shop to repair. The man replaced the bridge and adjusted the truss rod, and said the guitar was not worth it to repair fully, and suggested I get a new guitar. That is exactly what I did. Do not buy this guitar, or anything with a brand that is not dependable. If you can, please shop locally.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Plays Better than a 61 Silvertone

By William Ehrlich

from Anderson, IN

I was going to buy a 1961 Silvertone Dreadnaught for $288.00. When I received the guitar case I bought from guitar center for $49.00, I decided to buy The Mitchell Acoustic Electric Guitar for $199.99. The Mitchell Guitar played better than the antique Silvertone. The Silvertone was manufactured in The USA. Craftsman In China. Who Cares...

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Poor battery placement

By TERRY HOFFMAN

from Albert, Kansas

This really is a fairly decent guitar but, whoever designed where the battery is placed is either not a musician or an idiot. I've seen cheaper guitars that have better design than this. Actually 4 stars is being kind, if the guitar was more inferior quality I'd have rated it way lower.

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4.0

Beautiful Guitar!

By Gevin Sweeney

from Wilmington, DE

This guitar is very nice for it's price, and it sound beautiful! The only thing i don't like about this guitar is the electronics. I have to tune the guitar strings all the way down to be able to reach in the hole to replace the battery! But when I got that battery in there, it sound great on my amp!

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The MD 100CE

By C.H. Reasor Jr

from Miami, FL

This guitar is well made and is comfortable but the action on the strings could be lowered. I have had it in the GS to have that done and they have not been very successful yet. Personally I thing the frets need to be leveled. I have to find out at my own expense. A lesson well learned.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Mitchell Acoustic-Electric

By onebrewdude

from Undisclosed

This is a great guitar for 200$, but the only problems I have with it are the features and quality. The EQs only have master, high, and low volumes. Also, the Battery goes dead really quick, and requires you to take ALL the strings off to replace. Putting new strings on the guitar is difficult to do without scratching the bridge.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good 'un

By Michael and Mann Bros. Productions

from Salem ,IL

I bought a Mitchell about six months ago and it has become my favorite. I have abused this guitar and it has held up quite well. I recommend it for a beginner who needs a good acoustic. I like the electrics but I do have the battery slippin out of its holder if im too rough and I wish you could have easier access to change the battery like some of the other guitars. The electrics sound really nice and its a great guitar for country music and a little southern rock. It may not be a famous name but its well worth the price tag. Rock on.

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5.0

Great Starter/Intermediate

By BlueLightning947

from Manalapan, NJ

I got this guitar about six months ago and it is well worth the $199 price tag. I couldn't get an electric guitar yet but I wanted something that could play like one, so the next best was an acoustic electric. Sounds great unplugged for the first few months but I'm noticing the sound quality drop slightly, but it's mostly because of string tarnishing. I didn't really plug it in until recently, and it sounds great. I really don't have much to compare it to, but it's good enough for a starter. You can tweak the preamp a bit but I just maxed everything out for a nice, heavy sound. You get a bit of fret buzz, but you can't even hear it if it's plugged in. This guitar is a great buy if you want both an acoustic and an electric guitar at the same time for a low price. You'll probably want to replace this guitar later on with an actual electric guitar, but it's a great buy for $199.

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5.0

Great Guitar

By Kody

from Atlanta, GA

Yesterday I traded my strat for this guitar, its an excellent guitar. Cheap to. I will buy another one. It sounded way better then the Ibanezs I tried out. Don't bother looking at any others buy this one!

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(0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Michelle Acoustic Electric

By TinMan09

from Connecticut

I have had this guitar for about six months. The worksmanship is great but the connections and pickups are poor. I recently played a show with it and it gave out on me with no warning. Good beginner, thats it.

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