Eastwood Introduces Stormbird Bass

Eastwood has issued the Stormbird, a bass with vintage-vibe and a Metallic Blue finish that conjures images of surf rock. The 34? scale bass sports a basswood body, set maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard.

Eastwood Stormbird Bass

The Stormbird is equipped with a pair of humbuckers with a three-way selector switch, and volume and tone controls for dialing in your tone. Other features include a fixed, adjustable bridge, Gotoh-style tuners, and Nickel/Chrome hardware.

The Eastwood Stormbird is available now for $469. For more, check out Eastwood’s website.

Eastwood Stormbird Bass Specs:

  • Color: Metallic Blue
  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck: Set Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood, Dot Markers
  • Scale Length: 34?
  • Width at Nut: 1 1/2?
  • Pickups: Dual Humbucker
  • Switching: 3-way
  • Controls: Volume, Tone
  • Bridge: Fixed, adjustable
  • Hardware: Gotoh style Nickel/Chrome

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  1. LOVE the look of the Stormbird!

  2. this one actually looks good.

  3. I’ve tried out the Eastwood Stormbird and now I’m thinking about growing my hair and digging out my leather pants… very fun and it feels like it is a 36″ scale… nice action on the wide but thin neck… I’ve also been using their new 34″ Airline Map with D’addario Chrome flats on I’m loving it, amazing tone and feel.

  4. I’ve been waiting years for Eastwood to make this bass.

  5. How do you buy it that way.

  6. I’ve always want a “non-reverse” T-Bird! Cool color….I understand Gibson is coming out with one too, except theirs is going to go for about $1,200.00!