TD SERIES REVIEWS

Guitar Player Review: HD400 and TD400

Posted 08/30/2017 by Michael Molenda

Mitchell HD400 Series
Mitchell TD400 Series

“The HD400 and TD400 are great values, sure, but they are also serious guitars that won’t falter on stage or in the studio. And, man, they are fun to play.”

“Here’s a good tip if you go for either the HD400 or TD400—just keep your mouth shut and play (to paraphrase Frank Zappa). You’ll likely sound great and play great while wielding these guitars, so there’s no reason to discuss price and get into a “budget/value” conversation with other guitarists. Just wow ’em.”

Guitar World Review: HD400 and TD400

Posted 05/22/2017 by Chris Gill

HD Series
TD Series

“Coolest of all is that, unlike most low-cost guitars on the market, there’s nothing generic or run-of-the-mill about these guitars, which boast excellent craftsmanship, high-quality parts, and custom design aesthetics normally found on much more expensive instruments.”

“Whether you’re a beginner looking for an affordable guitar or an experienced player looking for a new ax, Mitchell’s HD400 and TD400 offer incredible value for players searching for high-quality construction and professional performance at an outrageously affordable price point.”

TD SERIES REVIEWS

Reviews courtesy of Performer Magazine

“The staggered-height locking tuners along with the Graph Tech TUSQ XL reduced-friction nut kept the Mitchell TD400 in perfect tune from manufacturing all the way to my front door. The tone is well rounded thanks to the Wilkinson VS50- II bridge with locking saddles and heavy block, along with paraffin-dipped Alnico V pickups — two single coils and one humbucker with a coil-tap, with a five-way selection switch to find the exact tone you want.”

 

“The alder body compliments the maple neck and Indian rosewood fretboard. This guitar not only sounds amazing but is a gorgeous addition to my collection. I am in love with the comfortable feel of the slim-tapered neck combined with the high-tensile strength fretwire. The traditional offset double cutaway design and the ultra-carve heel joint allows for complete access to every single fret with ease. Mitchell Guitars make pro level products at ultra-affordable prices. I am connected at the hip with my TD400, and can’t wait to take it on the road with my band, The Reed Brothers.”

TD400

Mitchell TD400 – First Impressions

by Kyle Reed from The Reed Brothers

The tone is just solid on this thing. This guitar is absolutely beautiful. The vibe on it is great, the wood choice is awesome.”

 

Mitchell TD400 – Pickup Rundown

by Keegan Reed from The Reed Brothers

This is one of the more comfortable guitars I’ve played in a while. It came in-tune, out-of-the-box, which is impressive. Beautiful sounding guitar!”

Mitchell TD400 – Playability

by Kyle Reed from The Reed Brothers

The playability of this thing is just phenomenal, whether you’re playing rhythm, or even if you’re just playing lead.”

Participants in the Performer Magazine “Tour Test”

TD400

Mitchell TD400 – First Impressions

by Kyle Reed from The Reed Brothers

The tone is just solid on this thing. This guitar is absolutely beautiful. The vibe on it is great, the wood choice is awesome.”

Mitchell TD400 – Pickup Rundown

by Keegan Reed from The Reed Brothers

This is one of the more comfortable guitars I’ve played in a while. It came in-tune, out-of-the-box, which is impressive. Beautiful sounding guitar!”

Mitchell TD400 – Playability

by Kyle Reed from The Reed Brothers

The playability of this thing is just phenomenal, whether you’re playing rhythm, or even if you’re just playing lead.”