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Distinctive design and amazing sustain.
The Epiphone Thunderbird Pro-V 5-string Bass builds on the illustrious history of the Thunderbird Bass. This new take on the distinctively shaped rock and roll bass combines traditional design elements with new technology at a price any bassist can afford.
Epiphone's Thunderbird Pro-V Bass has a 7-piece walnut/maple neck with through-body construction for amazing sustain and tone. It also features Epiphone T-Pro bass humbucking pickups with custom active electronics and 2-band EQ to dial in the sound you seek.
It also features Epiphone's SlimTaper design, which upholds a precise width-to-thickness ratio on the neck. This design provides added comfort and agility when racing through the frets, while not fatiguing your digits.
- 5-string model
- 7-piece walnut/maple neck
- Through-body construction
- T-Pro humbucking pickups
Order now and snag yourself this professional 5-string.
Thunderbird Pro-V 5-string Bass Specifications:
- Body Wings: Mahogany
- Neck: 7-piece (Alternating Walnut/Maple)
- Neck Profile: SlimTaper Bass
- Neck Joint: Through-Neck
- Truss Rod: Double-Action, 2-way
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Fingerboard Radius: 12"
- Frets: 21 medium/jumbo, nickel/silver alloy
- Scale Length: 34"
- Nut Width: 1.65"
- Neck Pickup: Epiphone T-PRO Bass Humbucker
- Bridge Pickup: Epiphone T-PRO Bass Humbucker
- Bridge: Flush-mount, fully adjustable
- Controls: Master Volume, Blend, High-EQ, Low-EQ
- Tuners: Premium Die-Cast Bass
- Outputs: 1/4" Mono, Metal Jack Plate
- Hardware: Black
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Comments about Epiphone Thunderbird Pro-V 5-string Bass:
I purchased one of these and I really do like the bass, It seems very solid & has excellent smooth action playabilty. Has a wide neck but is fairly thin so easy to play. I purchased the natural oil finish and it is exactly what it is. Unfinished finish, I like it myself but if you want a finished finsh try the others. I have played both. Now the Big issue I have on these is the Low B String is very week has very low ouput, Its not just mine I have tried others and they are all Poor output on the Low B String. Quality Control at Gibson Epiphone must of been asleep on this one. but don't take my word check the online reviews! Nice Solid Bass but Poor Electronics from China! If Gibson Customer Service can take care of this problem Buy It! Otherwise you might as well buy the 4 String Cause that is all you get with this. E thru G sound fantastic.