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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Gibenbackerbass, Apr 10, 2010.
Thanks for that, love the Hoople!!
Its gotta be the boots
Those boots also command attention I'd be 7 feet tall wearing them
You know the rule....
"No boots, no 'Bird, no Glam!"
Overend Watts ( Great stage name!) White Thunderbird is owned by a TB'er, tho it looks pretty "used" at this point.
Love Mott The Hoople !
That really should be a Gibson Signature series...
Nice axe. But I wonder why Gibson changed the tuners on later ones? My old T-Bird also had the 'deluxe' Y tuners, which bugged me.
When they re -introduced the Thunderbird in '89 it came with a smaller headstock and the Y tuners and black hardware. The one I am playing is the infamous Butcherbird a 2001. Deepened cutaway, chrome hardware, Badass bridge and a Dimarzio Model G now under a '76 chrome cover. Here is a close up.
Also for fun my restored '67 NR no action shots yet.
That's amazing that someone here owns that iconic bass!
I'd sure like to see some pics of THAT historic T-Bird!!!
I don't own it wish I did, a picture from the original post.
..its own MySpace page:
Wow, thanks a ton!
That baby just oozes cool.
It makes every Jazz and P-bass look..., well, not nearly as spectacular as this bass!
Vintage historic iconic vibe!!
I have a white Gibson Thunderbird IV bass and it is a KILLER looking and sounding bass!!
nothing commands my attention more than a headstock that dives to the floor
I want one
thansk for the gas!!!!
Those smart enough to use a Thunderbird are also smart enough to move the strap locks and get the proper strap for use with one.
You guys are giving me T Bird gas
+1 It's not white - but I've never had any neck dive issues