Gibson has added to its line of bass guitars with the new Non-Reverse Thunderbird.
This sweet-lookin' four-string features a Non-Reverse mahogany body and mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard and 20 medium jumbo frets.
Sounds on the bass come in the form of a pair of Thunderbird pickups, controlled by a master tone knob and individual volume knobs for each pickup – for individual adjustments or for blending with one another.
Other features on the Non-Reverse Thunderbird include a Graph Tech nut, 3-point adjustable bridge and Hipshot Ultralite tuning machines. The three-ply white pickguard with the unmistakable Thunderbird graphic, meanwhile, makes for a nice visual touch.
The Gibson Non-Reverse Thunderbird bass is available now – in Inverness Green, Faded Pelham Blue and Sparkling Burgundy finishes, with a hardshell case included – for $1,799.
For more info, stop by Gibson.
Both Gibson and its umbrella brands have been bringing the heat in recent days, with Epiphone releasing its highly-anticipated Slash Collection, Kramer dazzling with its Custom Graphics Collection and Gibson itself teasing two stunning new Gibson Custom Shop models – the '58 Korina Explorer and '58 Korina Flying V.