The Ronin Stormcrow Standard


  • Body: Reclaimed Old Growth Redwood
  • Neck: Honduran Mahogany
  • 3x3 Tint Back Headstock /w Stormcrow Decal
  • Fingerboard: 5A Rosewood
  • Binding: Celluloid Nitrate
  • Frets: 22 Stewmac 154
  • Truss Rod: Single Action
  • Scale Length: 24.5"
  • Radius: 12”
  • Back Contour: C Shape
  • Nut Width: 1” 11/16th's
  • Nut Material: Unbleached Bone
  • Inlay: Genuine MOP Mini Trapezoids
  • Knobs: Gold Tea Cup
  • Pickguard: Lacquered Bakelite w/ Gold Bird
  • Finish: 100% Pure Nitrocellulose Lacquer
  • Weight: 6.2 - 6.8 lbs


  • Foilbucker SCII
  • Pigtail Music® Aluminum ABR + Mastery® Vibrolo
  • Hipshot® Open Gear Tuning Machines


  • Vintage NOS Oil-in-Paper Capacitor
  • Treble Bleed Cap + Resistor
  • CTS® 250k Pots
  • Switch Craft® Switches


Upgrades & Options

Limited Edition Two-Tone Colors:
Wine Red

2x Ronin Stormcrow Foilbucker Matched Set

1x Ronin Single Foil Middle Pickup
Magic Button aka Resonator Switch

2x Vol + 2x Tone + 3 Way Switch

The Ronin Stormcrow is much more versatile than I first expected. At the same time it’s very uniquely rich sounding. There is no other guitar that I know of, that combines these two qualities. Plus, it’s the most kick-ass looking thing I’ve ever seen!
— Tom Lodewyckx - Belgium Session Guitarist


David Hunter - Guitar & Bass Magazine UK

“"These pickups yield great clarity and crispness, yet with a thickness and body that you don’t usually associate with ‘clear, crisp’ humbuckers. That, and they deliver the elusive combination of edgy attack and toothsome compression that has won so many fans for the original 60s single-coil gold foils. Through clean settings, they deliver equally luscious jazz or country moods, both with a certain high fidelity that should not be equated with ‘cold’ or ‘sterile’. Give them some overdrive, though – whether by cranking either of the amps or adding, for example, an Xotic BB Preamp to the chain – and they gush a raw, gnarly and utterly enjoyable voice that’s beautifully at home with alt rock and grunge-blues alike. Fuzz? Oh yeah, they are utterly hairy yet never entirely out of control through a Blackout Effectors Musket in ways that few traditional pickup designs can manage – and right at home in more ambient noisescape excursions."