MS SERIES REVIEWS

Guitar World Review: MD400 and MS400

Posted 07/14/2017 by Chris Gill

MD Series
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

“For lack of a better term, “headstock snobs” might not take a second look at a Mitchell, because if it isn’t Fender or Gibson they don’t care. That annoys me and I’m here to break you off a piece first-hand experience with a Mitchell…it flat out rocks. I love this guitar. Right out of the box it was set up and played smooth. I didn’t need to re-string it and for the purpose of this test run, I didn’t. Everything I recorded was as-is, out of the box.”

 

 

“I was blown away by the sound and feel the guitar has. I use a Paul Reed Smith for 90% of my guitar playing and this Mitchell MS400 with a price tag $1600 less than my PRS stands right up there with it. Sound, feel, playability. I would feel confident taking this on the road being pleased night after night. Plus, it isn’t a bowling ball with a strap, so it’s nice on your back.

Get the Mitchell. It will make you and your wallet extremely happy.”

MS400

Mitchell MS400 – Rippin’ It Up

by Kurt Collins

“I used the bridge pickup for all these parts. It’s nice and Hot!!!

Right out of the gate this guitar plays very smooth. The action is nice and you can get a lot of bend even all the way up the neck on the last fret. I demonstrate that.”

 

Mitchell MS400 – Neck Pickup Demo

by Kurt Collins

Demonstrating layering a track with using the neck pick up. Creating smooth tones for days.

Mitchell MS400 – Fit, Finish, Details

by Kurt Collins

Here’s Kurt chit-chatting about what he likes about the Mitchell MS400.

Mitchell MS400 – Solo

by Kurt Collins

Kurt improvising a fun solo on the fly.

Guitar World Review: HD400 and TD400

Posted 07/14/2017 by Chris Gill

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.”

Participants in the Performer Magazine “Tour Test”

MS400

Mitchell MS400 – Rippin’ It Up

by Kurt Collins

“All I did here was unbox it. Tune it. Plug it into my Mesa Boogie Silent Out into a Marshall Cab Sim. My neighbors appreciate me not blowing their windows out with Rock n Roll.

I used the bridge pickup for all these parts. It’s nice and Hot!!!

Right out of the gate this guitar plays very smooth. The action is nice and you can get a lot of bend even all the way up the neck on the last fret. I demonstrate that.”

Mitchell MS400 – Neck Pickup Demo

by Kurt Collins

Demonstrating layering a track with using the neck pick up. Creating smooth tones for days.

Mitchell MS400 – Fit, Finish, Details

by Kurt Collins

Here’s Kurt chit chatting about what he likes about the Mitchell MS400.

Mitchell MS400 – Solo

by Kurt Collins

Kurt improvising a fun solo on the fly.

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