Mitchell’s Element Series guitars return

Mitchell Element series guitars ME1 and ME2CEC
Mitchell Element series guitars ME1 and ME2CEC

Mitchell Element Series guitars: ME1 (top) and ME2CEC

The US-based acoustic instrument manufacturer announces availability of their new top-of-the-line series of four models, in dreadnought and auditorium styles

Mitchell Guitars announces that all four models of their new top-of-the-line Element Series guitars are fully back in stock at authorised dealers. Available in dreadnought and auditorium styles, the Element Series instruments feature solid spruce or red cedar tops with sapele or Indian rosewood bodies. Each Element Series guitar has a mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and dovetail joint. Mitchell’s guitars offer shifted, scalloped bracing and high-ratio, die-cast tuners, along with ebony keys and flame maple binding.

The ME1 dreadnought acoustic guitar features a solid spruce top with a striped sapele back and sides. Also available in two acoustic-electric versions: the ME1CE is a cutaway acoustic-electric dreadnought, and the ME1ACE is a smaller, auditorium-sized cutaway acoustic electric, both featuring Fishman’s new INK series electronics. The acoustic-electric models also offer a built-in chromatic tuner.

The ME2CEC dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar combines a solid cedar top and Indian rosewood back and sides. It also features a Venetian cutaway, and the same Fishman INK electronics as the rest of the acoustic-electric models in the Element lineup.

“The new Element Series guitars are without a doubt the highest-quality, best-appointed instruments Mitchell has ever created,” comments Mitchell Product Manager, Rick Gagliano. “For the player who demands great tone, superior build, and a well-balanced, performance-focused instrument, these new Element Series guitars are a perfect fit.”

Element Series models are available exclusively at Guitar Center and Musician’s Friend, with street prices ranging from $299 to $399. For more info, visit the new Mitchell website at

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