#1
well after about 3 years of playing the same bass, i thought id make a new addition. So ive decided to buy a new one, I have my eye on this epiphone thunderbird. thing is, ive never played an epiphone or a thunderbird. do ya'l think itd be worth buying one for $400? (to me that is ALOT of money)
#2
i would say dont waste ur money on a epiphone and save up and jus get something better.
Quote by Damaged Roses
I don't really understand why basses have 24 frets, I mean, I've never seen a bassist playing more than the 12 fret.


My Gear-
Warwick Double Buck
Epiphone EB0
GK MB 210
Fender Rumble
#3
Thunderbirds are sexy basses, I say go for it.
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#4
Quote by Will_Minus
Thunderbirds are sexy basses, I say go for it.



So ur going by looks?
Quote by Damaged Roses
I don't really understand why basses have 24 frets, I mean, I've never seen a bassist playing more than the 12 fret.


My Gear-
Warwick Double Buck
Epiphone EB0
GK MB 210
Fender Rumble
#5
Quote by Damaged Roses
I don't really understand why basses have 24 frets, I mean, I've never seen a bassist playing more than the 12 fret.


My Gear-
Warwick Double Buck
Epiphone EB0
GK MB 210
Fender Rumble
#6
It's ok, you have to try it though as it's a hit or miss for most people. Also they lowered the price to 300 now and it's available in blue and red now too. I must say the red is pretty sexy.
#7
ive got one its good but very heavy and has neck dive btw does anyone here no where to put the strap button to help stop the neck dive?
#9
^thanks and also its a bit harder to play than other basses but its defiantely one of the best feeling necks ive ever played