Ready to Fly? Stormbird Is The Word...

    Ready to Fly? Stormbird Is The Word...

    The Eastwood Stormbird (or "Storm Bird" to some...) remains one of our most popular models, ever - even after being discontinued!

    The Eastwood Storm Bird

    The Eastwood Stormbird has become one of our most popular models over the past few years. And that's after being discontinued! We always get customers asking whether we'll reissue them and we still get people sharing their pics on Instagram with their Stormbirds.

    In fact, we've seen quite a few bands using one recently, especially the more alternative, experimental musicians. It seems that the Stormbird is still very much flying!

    So...  the question is, will we ever reissue the Stormbird?

    Well, we can't tell you when or how we'll do it, but we can say this: you know how birds are... sometimes they just have to migrate, and you won't see them for ages. But they always fly back.

    Watch: RJ Ronquillo Eastwood Stormbird Demo:

    Would YOU like to see the return of the Stormbird? Post your comments and tell us how you'd like it to look like: colors, pickup configuration, vibrato... at the moment, we ARE listening! Maybe a Custom Shop Stormbird flying on the horizon? Well... it's up to you!


    • Gary

      I have the same model that is being played in the video. Love it, although it should be in the hands of a better player than me. Question: Where was the Stormbird made?

    • Will

      I would love to see the stormbird return with those wonderful p90s, but also with a short tailed vibrato!

    • Rory

      Eastwood’s abandoning the Stormbird was a step akin to Rolls Royce abandoning the Silver Lady mascot or Burberry scrapping tartan ladieswear. Not the brightest ideas in marketing strategy, to say the least.

    • Shaun Salter

      I would REALLY love a lefty stormbird in gold with P90s.

    • Kas

      Agree with Jason, but also have the option of an army green finish

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