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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TBird1958, Feb 18, 2014.
Nah. That's a factory feature.
I think someone here needs to do a Weird Al style cover of King Missile's Detachable Penis, called Detachable Headstock.
This is what a well used Thunderbird should look like.
Details on what Watt did with it and why.
Mike Watt Interview: the Gibson Thunderbird bass
He’s like the mad scientist of tone. My hero.
There, fixed it.
Looks like another Thunderbird Thursday. A shot of the whole family (minus the FrankenGoth and Spector Bird, ran out of stands, guess I’m at my Thunderbird limit - not)…
As it should be. Honest wear from an honest player.
I don't mind dings and missing paint. I'm not fond of spray paint and stickers. Just me. Nothing you can do if they were on there from a previous misguided owner.
The Real Deal......Right there!
With it's normal "fair share of abuse..."
The only relic job in my household is me! Plenty of premature wear and tear on this old body.
A trip to CA would be worth it just to sit on the floor in their presence! A lot of Thunderbird glory going on there!
Slather on some nitro and you'll be as good as new.
Legit wear, I love it. Every ding and bit of missing finish happen because I did it.
The headstock is all beat to hell too.
I love seeing those center layers under the paint on the back.
Fabulously beautiful just like it is!
I know. This is why I like the burst finishes. Painted finishes almost need a little window so you can see all the layers and grain goodness going on.
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