The guitars, an EVH Charvel Art Series electric and a red-black-white model built by Ed himself, are expected to fetch between $40,000 and $80,000 each
These powerhouse guitar amps from EVH, Peavey, Orange and more will have you primed to seek and destroy straight from the box
From the Frankenstein to the 5150, we chart the essential ingredients in EVH's hugely influential Brown Sound
Anyone for a Wolfgang WG Standard in Taxi Cab Yellow? An revoiced EVH 5150III 50S 6L6 50-watt head is also unveiled
This is an amp that can truly do it all, from dazzling clean tones and fiery classic rock crunch to the heaviest modern metal grind
Recreation of the historic black-and-yellow striped model celebrates 40th anniversary of ‘Van Halen II.’
Tracii Guns and Michael Sweet on how they learned to stop worrying and play EVH Striped Series guitars.
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.
From EVH, to Martin, Fender, D'Addario and Taylor, GW dishes on the best this year's Summer NAMM had to offer.
Eddie Van Halen—that guy who used to play Eric Clapton's "Crossroads" guitar solo during interviews—has just launched a new merch store via Killer Merch.