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Guitar World Review: MD400 and MS400

Posted 07/14/2017 by Chris Gill

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MS Series

“From the second one picks up the MD400 or MS400, it’s obvious that quality was the primary concern of its construction. Each guitar is set up to play perfectly out of the box, requiring at most a simple truss rod adjustment to adjust for climate.”

“If you love the features, playability and style of a high-end custom solidbody but have an entry-level budget, the Mitchell MD400 and MS400 offer unbeatable value for a pro-quality ax that will last a lifetime.”

Guitar Player Review: MD400 and MS400

Posted 06/29/2017 by Dave Hunter

“Mitchell has also thrown some tasty design touches into the formula: The deep cutaway is beveled front and back, the Tune-o-matic bridge is partnered with through-body stringing, control knobs are recessed into the top, and the locking tuners feel solid and boast an efficient 18:1 ratio.”

“The neck pickup was rich and open, with just a little grit amid the airy warmth to lend texture to arpeggiated balladry or bluesy riffing. Tasty stuff. Ultimately, both guitars offer a lot in all essential departments for looks, playability, and tone, and provide excellent bang for the buck.”

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Reviews courtesy of Performer Magazine

“The MD400 is Mitchell’s best-in-class guitar geared for a more “modern rock” sound, although one can achieve a multitude of tones spanning from pretty much any genre of music that the player desires. The guitar I received came with the translucent green finish, and at first glance, the guitar was absolutely stunning. The Mitchell MD400 comes loaded with features that would satisfy players of any level.
 
When I first held the MD400 in my hands, the guitar just felt right; it is much lighter than I was expecting. The carved mahogany double cutaway and mahogany set neck are aesthetically pleasing but also allow for reaching those high frets for blazing fast leads without trouble. The rosewood fretboard feels smooth, and the action of the guitar was perfect out of the box.”

 

 
 

“The MD400 comes loaded with a rail-style Alnico V humbucker in the bridge position and a mini-rail humbucker in the neck position. I am a big fan of the design and placement of the pickups, which allows for more space for your picking hand and pick. The string-through body design allows for better intonation and longer sustain. The tuning stability is enhanced thanks to the locking tuners on the headstock. I also really like the option to switch to the single coil sound from either pickup with the pull coil-tap knob. Overall, I am extremely pleased with the MD400. It is a high quality guitar at an affordable price and my favorite guitar in my collection.”

 

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Mitchell MD400 Guitar Unboxing/Demo

by Mat from Artificial Fear

“In this video, I’m unboxing the Mitchell MD400 guitar, giving you my first impressions of it, then playing a demo for you.

This is the best guitar I’ve ever played! You guys have to try this thing out!”

 

Mitchell MD400 Guitar Pickup Sound Test

by Mat from Artificial Fear

“This is where I do a sound test in all of the pickup configurations of my new Mitchell MD400 Guitar.

This guitar is incredible! It’s probably my favorite guitar that I own now!”

Westworld Theme Song (Metalized)

by Mat from Artificial Fear

Mat plays his MD400 on this cover of the Westworld Theme Song.

MD400 Wrap Up Video

by Mat from Artificial Fear

“I can’t recommend this guitar enough. It is so great!”

Guitar World Review: MD400 and MS400

Posted 07/14/2017 by Chris Gill

MD Series

“From the second one picks up the MD400 or MS400, it’s obvious that quality was the primary concern of its construction. Each guitar is set up to play perfectly out of the box, requiring at most a simple truss rod adjustment to adjust for climate.”

MS Series

“If you love the features, playability and style of a high-end custom solidbody but have an entry-level budget, the Mitchell MD400 and MS400 offer unbeatable value for a pro-quality ax that will last a lifetime.”

Guitar Player Review: MD400 and MS400

Posted 06/29/2017 by Dave Hunter

“Mitchell has also thrown some tasty design touches into the formula: The deep cutaway is beveled front and back, the Tune-o-matic bridge is partnered with through-body stringing, control knobs are recessed into the top, and the locking tuners feel solid and boast an efficient 18:1 ratio.”

“The neck pickup was rich and open, with just a little grit amid the airy warmth to lend texture to arpeggiated balladry or bluesy riffing. Tasty stuff. Ultimately, both guitars offer a lot in all essential departments for looks, playability, and tone, and provide excellent bang for the buck.”

Participants in the Performer Magazine “Tour Test”

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Mitchell MD400 Guitar Unboxing/Demo

by Mat from Artificial Fear

“In this video, I’m unboxing the Mitchell MD400 guitar, giving you my first impressions of it, then playing a demo for you.

This is the best guitar I’ve ever played! You guys have to try this thing out!”

Mitchell MD400 Guitar Pickup Sound Test

by Mat from Artificial Fear

“This is where I do a sound test in all of the pickup configurations of my new Mitchell MD400 Guitar.

This guitar is incredible! It’s probably my favorite guitar that I own now!”

Westworld Theme Song (Metalized)

by Mat from Artificial Fear

Mat plays his MD400 on this cover of the Westworld Theme Song.

MD400 Wrap Up Video

by Mat from Artificial Fear

“I can’t recommend this guitar enough. It is so great!”

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