I never knew Mitchell made electrics. Is that a new thing for them? Are their electrics better than their acoustics? The price point seems to be the low end of the spectrum.
I think they decided to make a big splash in the electrics. I haven't played any, but from from people who did, they seem fine, but the pickups are kinda meh. I'll probably fool around with some the next time I hit Guitar Center.
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Understood- I waste money on amps*, too.

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I got gifted a Mitchell HD400 and really like it. Build quality similar to my VM strat only with better hardware and a really nice low action setup with good intonation. It's the best player I have. The ceramic pickups sound decent not amazing. The raw maple neck with tung oil is fantastic. So I really like it.