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The Epiphone THUNDERBIRD IV GOTH 4-String Bass Guitar, Mahogany Body, Flat Black Finish. Explore the dark side with the classic look and feel of the legendary Thunderbird Bass, add 2 ceramic TB Plus bass pickups and gothic appointments and you've got a bass that is made to rock.
The Epiphone Thunderbird IV Goth bass guitar has a dark, sinister style with Thunderbird Plus pickups.
The Epiphone Thunderbird IV Goth has a mahogany body and a bolt-on hard maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. Two Thunderbird Plus pickups translate the solid mahogany body's natural resonance into growling tone. The neck profile is fast and very comfortable while the satin black body plus black hardware and XII inlay at the 12th fret make this bass a comfort to play and watch.
The Epiphone Goth Thunderbird IV bass provides the tone and the look that inspires musicians in rock.
The main features of the Epiphone THUNDERBIRD IV GOTH include:
- Explore the dark side with the classic look and feel of the legendary Thunderbird Bass, add 2 ceramic TB Plus bass pickups and gothic appointments and you've got a bass that is made to rock
- Mahogany body
- Hard maple bolt-on neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Black hardware
- XII inlay at the 12th fret
- 34 inch scale length
- 1.5 inch nut width
- Two Thunderbird Plus pickups
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 05 April 2015
Great bass, great price, great service. Thanks guys and gals of Andertons!
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 17 March 2015
Very happy. Never had a new guitar before. 20 years since I last played and am enjoying getting back into it. Better start looking at the adverts.
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 24 March 2014
Fantastic guitar at a really competitive price.... Bargain!!!
Andy Greenslade | Purchase date: 10 June 2009
I have always been looking for this bass. It gives that powerful defined thump that rock players find hard to produce without playing around with effects. Build quality can vary but from the second I tried mine I had to have it. Apart from the Gibson version having higher gain on the pickups it was hard to tell the differance soundwise and the neck shape and action make this a very fast machine. OK the Thunderbird logo has been changed to a celtic cross on the pick guard but it is a small price to pay for a superb sounding bass. I can only suggest that before you make a final decision on any bass you must try this one and at the current price it is a no brainer