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Mitchell MM100 Mini Double Cutaway Electric Guitar Walnut Stain

  • The Mitchell MM100 has a one-piece maple neck with rosewood fretboard and a short-scale double-cutaway basswood body.
  • It includes two high-output ceramic humbucker pickups with enough power to power a guitar twice its size.
  • The conventional, adjustable TOM-style bridge delivers firm intonation, while high-ratio tuners enable fine-tuning adjustment.
  • Furthermore, the MM100’s string-through-body construction provides a lot of sustain and bite.
Brand Mitchell
Top Material Type Aluminum
Body Material Metal
Back Material Type Acrylic
Neck Material Type Alder
Fretboard Material Type Indian Rosewood
Guitar Pickup Configuration Magnetic-double-coil
Hand Orientation Right
Guitar Bridge System Fulcrum
Scale Length 22.5 Inches

Review

$159.99

Description

We’ve all heard of Epiphone and Squier when it comes to inexpensive guitars, but Mitchell…? They’re actually a Guitar Center house brand that specializes in low-cost entry-level instruments.
Does this imply that their guitar sucks? Nope! In reality, if you can get beyond the moniker, the Mitchell MM100 is a superb little electric guitar for kids that fits even the tiniest budgets without sacrificing flair.

Walnut Stain MM100 Mini Double Cutaway Electric Guitar. The Mitchell MM100 has a one-piece maple neck with rosewood fretboard and a short-scale double-cutaway basswood body.
It includes two high-output ceramic humbucker pickups with enough power to power a guitar twice its size. The conventional, adjustable TOM-style bridge delivers firm intonation, while high-ratio tuners enable fine-tuning adjustment. The MM100 also has lots of sustain and bite because of its string-through-body design.

To ensure outstanding playability, all Mitchell electric guitars receive a comprehensive US setup and quality control check. Walnut Satin (WS), Black (BK), and Blood Red (BR) are the three colors available (BR). The case is available for purchase separately.

Features of the MM100

  • The body is carved basswood with a double cutaway and the neck is rock maple with a rosewood fretboard.
  • Microphonics and undesired feedback are reduced by using a H/H pickup combination with paraffin-dipped ceramic pickups.
  • For great sustain and solid intonation, this guitar features a string-through-body design with a conventional, adjustable TOM-style bridge.
  • Fretwire with high tensile strength for long life and pleasant playability

The pickups aren’t spectacular, but they provide a good sound overall. They lack vibrancy and adaptability ā€“ even with the various postures ā€“ but they are ideal for a beginner. The MM100 is clear when played cleanly, but it can also produce some rather deep distorted tones for rock and metal, depending on the quality of the amplifier you put it into.

3 reviews for Mitchell MM100 | Electric Guitar For Kids

  1. Saron Ayele

    I purchased this guitar because I am a seasoned beginner in need of a smaller instrument (fat slow fingers.) The price range is reasonable. (I tried and liked St. Vincent’s Sterling STV60 in a store and plan to upgrade someday.) However, this is a good first guitar.)

    In certain sections, construction is excellent, while in others, it is mediocre. The supplied strings were buzzing like crazy, but this was rectified with the addition of fresh, high-end strings.

    The neck needs some truss adjustments, but that’s to be anticipated with any new guitar. The Tune-O-Matic bridge allows for precise tuning all the way across the fretboard.

    The main issue is the tuner pegs. Some (2-6) of the strings noticeably slip and go out of tune. They have a light and flimsy feel about them. I’m in the middle of rearranging the pegs. I used the pegs from my son’s old guitar to make this. (Good pegs may be had for around $20-$30.) I’m not a pro by any stretch of the imagination. I am a complete novice. Utube, on the other hand, has a wealth of resources.

    I’m not sure if this is a genuine review issue, but the pricing varies frequently. The price fell $10 three days after I bought it. Now that I’ve had it for nearly a week, I’ve noticed that it’s up to $20, or 10%, from when I bought it. It’s worth noting that Mitchell is a Guitar Center brand. You may try it out there, and they can help you if you need it.

    My purchase was a good one. It’s the right size and weight for me, and it’s reasonably nicely constructed.

    Both plugged in and unplugged, the sound quality is excellent. When connected to an amplifier, it appears to be adequately grounded because there is little to no electric hum. The amplifier connection jack is recessed in the body of the instrument, which may be a positive thing.

  2. Ron

    Unfortunately, I had to return this lovely piece.
    When plugged into the amp, there is no sound, only a humming.

  3. Guitar Genius

    This guitar was created with the intention of being sold for between $400 and $500. The model, however, did not sell after it was shipped. I just acquired this guitar from a third party a week ago, and when I read the other two reviews, I realized they didn’t give it the credit it deserved.

    First and foremost, I am not a casual guitarist; I have been playing guitar for almost 35 years, and I play all types of music every day for at least 2 hours. As a result, I’d place my playing ability between advanced and expert.

    Because this guitar is so cheap, it’s tempting to think that something is wrong with it, or that at that price, it’s not worth the risk of buying it without seeing it first. I’m here to tell you that this guitar is in perfect working order. In fact, it reminds me of my $3k Parker fly guitar in terms of quality. It has a terrific feel and a quick neck, and it sounds incredible.

    I strongly advise you to purchase one of these guitars while they are still available at such a low price. You will, without a doubt, thank me.

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