HD400 is one of several models of the affordable HD line of heavy metal-oriented electric guitars, made by Mitchell Guitars. It is a modern Soloist/Superstrat guitar, with a mix of basic and advanced features. HD400 usually costs between $400 and $500, depending on the dealer.
First off, this is a flat-top axe (only the blue-colored option has carved maple top) with mahogany body and maple neck. The two are connected through a modern, recessed bolt-on joint. The neck is topped with a 24-fret fingerboard (rosewood and maple variants exist) with 15.75" radius, extra jumbo frets and 1.7" nut. Stock pickups are installed in bridge, middle and neck positions, featuring a basic controls unit. Other major features include a licensed Floyd Rose bridge, locking string nut and die-cast tuners.
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