When you're ready to take your bass performance to the next level, a new Mitchell bass is just what the doctor ordered. Whether you're holding down the fort in a floor-shaking stoner metal band or laying down groovy licks in a funk-laden trio, Mitchell's incredible line of electric basses is sure to have something that makes you excited about hitting the stage. Since 1986, Mitchell's reputation for high-quality instruments has grown stronger by the day and their latest selection of bass guitars is packed with choices to suit every budget and skill level. Browsing these bass guitars, you'll find that Mitchell offers three different series. On the more affordable side of things is the MB Series, which is represented by cost-friendly beauties like the MB200 and the MB300 Modern Rock Basses - both of which have Active EQ and are ideal for beginner bassists of all genres. There's even a 5-string bass in the MB Series; the 5-String Modern Rock Bass with Active EQ is a perfect choice for budget-concious musicians who want to expand the possibilities of their performance. Another Mitchell bass line is the TB Series. The TB500 Traditional Bass Guitar boasts standard split-single and single-coil paraffin-dipped alnico V pickups and is fitting for everything from modern rock to blues. Now, if you really want to experience a Mitchell bass in all its glory, try something from their flagship FB Series. For example, the FB700 Fusion Series Bass Guitar with Active EQ showcases an offset double cutaway, carved mahogany body and precision-cut AAA quilt maple veneer. From its easy playability and gorgeous looks to its soaring tone and feedback rejection, the FB700 is a killer instrument that belongs in the hands of any serious groove master. And believe us when we say that each Mitchell bass series has many other top-notch models to consider. Your best bet is to dive into this catalog and give each Mitchell bass a closer look - that way, you can get a better idea of whether or not it matches your own unique tastes and style. Whatever you choose, one thing is certain: Mitchell is not slowing down any time soon when it comes to crafting exceptional electric stringed instruments.