The EVH Micro Stack. Adorable.

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Aww who’s a cute little cutie. Check out the EVH 5150 Micro Stack. It’s a one-watt, single-channel amp with one 3” speaker and dedicated controls for Gain, Volume and Tone, its own integrated tilt-back kickstand and a 1/4” headphone jack. It’s powered by 9VDC adapter or 9v batter and the look is all 5150. Could you imagine having a mini wall of these on your desk?

You can pick one (or a mini wall of them) up from VanHalenStore.com.

EVH Limited Edition Wolfgang Special W/Stripes

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I saw one of these the other day when I was visiting Sky Music: a super limited edition EVH Wolfgang Special with striped finish. Unlike the ‘Bumblebee’ finished one featured here recently, this has a Floyd Rose tremolo instead of a Tune-O-Matic bridge. These aren’t even on the EVH website but retailers have had them for a little while. Most of them have already sold out but if you poke around and are extremely lucky you can still find one.

The one pictured is from eBay seller kid-rocket. Click Here to see striped EVH Wolfgang guitars on eBay.  Read More …

EVH, Up Close And Personal

PRESS RELEASE: EVH is proud to announce the release of a brand new exclusive video of Eddie Van Halen personally demonstrating the new limited edition EVH Brand 5150 IIIS “Stealth” amplifier. Filmed at 5150 studio exclusively with GoPro video cameras, fans will for the first time be able to see what Eddie sees when he’s playing and experience Eddie’s own perspective through the eyes of multiple GoPro cameras. Read More …

EVH Wolfgang Special. Mmm, Stripey…

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One of the cool ‘Wait a minute… what’s that I see in the corner?’ things from NAMM was this EVH Wolfgang Special with hard-tail bridge and ‘bumblebee’ striped finish. They’re only making 150 of them and the MSRP is $1,793.00. This is the first official striped Wolfgang and I hope there are many to follow. Who wouldn’t want a red, white and black striped Wolfgang with Floyd Rose, huh?  Read More …

EVH Striped Series Star

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Oh yes. I’m bloody loving the EVH Striped Series, especially how it’s now branching out into other EVH designs beyond the original trio of striped patterns. First they added the ‘Unchained’ design to the line and now this: the EVH Star based on the guitar Eddie used on the 1980 Invasion tour. I wonder if this increases the likelihood that some day we’ll see a guitar based on the Shark, Eddie’s chopped-up Ibanez Destroyer. Here’s the press release about the Star. Read More …

Joe Bonamassa Rocks 1978 Charvel ‘EVH Stripes’ axe

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Check out what Joe Bonamassa played onstage tonight: a 1978 Charvel black and yellow striped guitar. These were only available for a very short time before Eddie Van Halen sent an ‘Ahem… guys?’ to Charvel. You can see a handful of them on this page at JacksonCharvelWorld.net. Many years later there was an authorised Charvel EVH Art Series painted by Eddie himself, and there’s now the EVH Striped guitars too. Check out EVH Striped guitars on eBay.

Photo from Joe’s Twitter.

EVH 5150III 1×12 50-watt combo amp

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Gooood… goooooooood. Eddie Van Halen’s EVH has announced the release of the long-awaited 5150III 50-watt combo amp with a single 12″ speaker and power scaling. Note that it’s a pretty damn big amp – none of this ‘just enough space to cram a twelve-incher into (hehe). So this isn’t exactly a mini amp by any stretch of the imagination – in fact it almost looks as big as the 2X12 version! I look forward to testing this beastie out some day. Here’s the press release:

PRESS RELEASE: After nearly three years in development, EVH is pleased to announce the launch of the 5150III 1×12 50-watt combo amplifier. This is not your average 1×12 combo by any stretch. In line with Eddie Van Halen’s legacy, this 1×12 is a true game changer, making players swear they’re standing in front of a half-stack. Read More …

EVH Wolfgang Standard & Revamped Special

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If I have one criticism of the EVH Wolfgang, it’s that, well… they’re infuriatingly priced at what they’re worth! They’re great guitars with killer tone and playability. And they look cool. But they justifiably cost a pretty penny, especially if you want the USA stuff. But now the Wolfgang Special series has been revamped as a made-in-Mexico model (it was previously made in Japan and then China, if I recall correctly), and a new more affordable line called Wolfgang Standard has just been introduced too. And of course you’ll still be able to get the USA stuff as well if your budget stretches that far. Here’s the press release…

PRESS RELEASE: EVH is pleased to announce the launch of the Wolfgang Standard series and revamping of its popular Wolfgang Special series, offering all the quality players expect from EVH plus features not usually found on guitars at these price points. Read More …