Mitchell Introduces the MO120CESB Acoustic-Electric Guitar

The model features a select spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a three-band EQ.

Thousand Oaks, CA (June 6, 2016) -- Mitchell Guitars, makers of quality acoustic and acoustic-electric instruments, introduces the new MO120CESB Acoustic-Electric guitar, a finely crafted orchestra style guitar with cutaway.

Perfect for players looking to expand their arsenal, or musicians who prefer smaller guitar bodies, the Mitchell MO120CESB is designed to deliver rich, even tone and exceptional playability. Featuring a select spruce top and mahogany back and sides, the MO120CESB's multi-ply binding, abalone sound hole rosette, and high-gloss vintage sunburst finish give it the definitive look and vibe of a timeless musical instrument. An exquisitely bound fingerboard of Indian rosewood gives you the smoothest action, and its sealed, die-cast tuners deliver easy and stable tuning.

The MO120CESB's rich acoustic sound is enhanced with built-in top-grade electronics, including a 3-band EQ and phase switch to tailor your sound and amplify it to fill the room. An integrated tuner makes quick work of staying in tune on stage.

"The MO120CESB is the ideal guitar for working musicians, casual players, or anyone looking for an instrument that's versatile, feels good to play, and sounds great," observes Mitchell Product Manager Rick Gagliano. "Whether you're looking for a primary instrument or an addition to your current lineup, this is a guitar that delivers great tone, superior build quality, exceptional playability, and the versatility you need for any performance."

$149.99 MSRP

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