How cool would it be to come across the legendary Eddie Van Halen doing a guitar demo at a NAMM Show?
Eddie Van Halen shares his favorite guitar riffs—but not before asking if he could mention some of his own.
The Van Halen guitarist tweeted a sneak preview of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's upcoming 'Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll' exhibit.
The new footwear, commemorating Van Halen’s debut album, sports a live photo of Eddie from the band’s first world tour.
Zappa gives a run-through of the instrument's unusual features, from the unique paint job to "some rock ‘n’ roll vomit" on the body.
Some rarely seen footage of Eddie Van Halen backstage playing some of the riffs that influenced him the most.
The Wolfgang WG Standard Xotic features a basswood body with a “comfort cut” forearm contour for, along with masked-off natural body binding and a poplar burl top.
The model is based on the iconic striped guitar that Eddie Van Halen debuted during the first Van Halen world tour in 1978.
'Play It Loud' will feature Eddie Van Halen's "Frankenstein," Eric Clapton's "Blackie," and many more legendary instruments.
While Eddie Van Halen may have never taken a guitar lesson in his life, he can certainly teach you a lot.