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Epiphone EBTVTSNH1 Thunderbird Vintage Pro - Tobacco Sunburst

Epiphone EBTVTSNH1 Thunderbird Vintage Pro - Tobacco Sunburst

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1960s Classic Now With New ProBucker™ Bass Humbuckers
The Epiphone Thunderbird™ 60s Bass is an incredibly accurate reproduction of the classic electric bass first introduced in 1963 that has since powered dozens of hits by artists like The Who, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Cheap Trick. Featuring new ProBucker™ Bass Humbuckers™ and a vintage styled 60s Thunderbird Tune-O-Matic™ bridge and Claw tailpiece. Available in Alpine White, Ebony, and Tobacco Sunburst. (Previously called Thunderbird Vintage PRO)

  • NECK
    • Material 7-ply; Mahogany/Walnut Layered
    • Profile 1960's Rounded Bass Profile
    • Scale Length 34"
    • Fingerboard Material Indian Laurel
    • Fingerboard Radius 12"
    • Number Of Frets 20
    • Frets Medium Jumbo
    • Nut Width 1.5"
    • Inlays Dot
    • Joint Glued in
  • BODY
    • Body Shape Thunderbird Bass
    • Body Material Mahogany Body Wings
    • Finish Nickel
    • Tuner Plating Nickel
    • Bridge 1960s TB-Bass Tune-o-matic; Adjustable
    • Tailpiece 1960s "Claw" Tailpiece
    • Tuning Machines Open-gear Bass Tuners with historic "Clover" buttons; 17:1 ratio
    • Pickguard 3-Layer (White/Black/White); "Thunderbird" logo in black
    • TrussRod Adjustable
    • Control Knobs Gold Top Hats with Silver Inserts
    • Strap Buttons 2-butt and shoulder
    • Mounting Rings nickel
    • Neck Pickup Epiphone ProBucker™ Bass #760 Humbucker
    • Bridge Pickup Epiphone ProBucker™ Bass #760 Humbucker
    • Controls Neck Volume, Bridge Volume, Master Tone
    • Pickup Selector 3-way Epiphone toggle
    • Output Jack 1/4" Heavy-Duty Epiphone
    • Strings .45, .65, .85, .105
    • This Guitar Does Not Come with a Case or a Bag

*Not all cases fit all bass guitars.  Please call our store if you are not sure.  Some of these cases are for smaller sized bass guitars.