MB300 is a lower-intermediate class electric bass guitar, made by Mitchell Guitars. Four and five-string versions exist, both featuring bolt-on construction, J/P set of pickups, 24-fret fingerboards and flat-top bodies (Honeyburst Quilt versions come with quilt maple tops).
MB300 kicks off with a solid and flat basswood body and bolt-on maple neck. The neck joint is carved and recessed, giving an easy access to the upper frets. The D-shaped neck is topped with a 24-fret Indian rosewood fingerboard, with abalone inlay, medium jumbo frets, 1.5" plastic nut and 12" radius. Electronics unit of Mitchell`s MB300 sports a regular single-coil in the bridge and a split single-coil in the neck. Top load bridge and modern die-cast tuners complete the specs list.
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Nice quality for the money. It sounds good and feels nice in your hands. The finish is nice and it is easy to play. The only negative, which I have found in most lower end guitars is the frets are a bit sharp. I quick file and it should be good.
Mitchell MB300 4.25 out of 5 based on 1 ratings
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