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Weight on Epiphone Thunderbird Vintage Pro Bass.

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by fourstringfrank, Jan 3, 2018.


  1. fourstringfrank

    fourstringfrank

    Nov 9, 2009
    Hi, I seen there are some of the members on this forum that owns the new Epiphone Thunderbird Vintage Pro Bass.I thinking of buying one since they have got very good feedback from buyers.I had a Gibson 1976 Bicentical T-Bird some years ago that sounded very good and had descent weight also around 3,8kg.I halso had a Japan Made Epiphone Elitist that was a good build and all but it was around 4,1kg that one.I know they can vary from to bass to bass but just to get a indicator in wish weight area these new ones are.Over 4kg is not what i want under would be ideal or max 4kgs.
     
  2. Morgan Koren

    Morgan Koren

    Dec 31, 2007
    Vancouver bc
    Haven't weighed mine, but I'm surprised how light it is given it's size.
     
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  3. Thornton Davis

    Thornton Davis

    Dec 11, 1999
    Toronto
    My T-Bird Vintage Pro weights 9.2 lbs or 4.1 kg and that's with the chrome hand rest covers on it. Remove them and it's about 8.5 lbs or 3.85 kg.

    TD
     
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  4. fourstringfrank

    fourstringfrank

    Nov 9, 2009
    Thanks for your replys guys,if i can find one around 3,8kg would be splendid.
     
  5. Rob Martinez

    Rob Martinez

    Sep 14, 2005
    Check with Sweetwater.com they list the weight of each bass. I think I recall the early models coming in around 7 to 8 lbs, though I may be mistaken.
     
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  6. godofthunder59

    godofthunder59 God of Thunder and Rock and Roll Supporting Member

    Feb 19, 2006
    Rochester NY USA
    Endorsing Cataldo Basses, Whirlwind products, Thunderbucker pickups
    They have gotten heavier 9-10 lbs. range. You might find a lighter
    new one but the early ones tend to be lighter.
     
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  7. Rob Martinez

    Rob Martinez

    Sep 14, 2005
    I've noticed that. I wonder why? Seems they would have gotten LIGHTER with the smaller tuners and such.
     

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