After joining Fender in 2005, Edward Van Halen set out to rebuild the Peavey EVH Wolfgang from the ground up. He teamed up with Fender Master Builder Chip Ellis in May 2006. Van Halen stated that this was his "last attempt" to design a guitar.
This 100-watt, 16 ohm straight-front 4x12 cabinet features rock-solid birch pine construction, renowned sound with four 12” Celestion® G12 EVH 20W speakers, two recessed side-mounted steel handles and removable EVH pop-out casters.
The EVH® 5150III® 15W LBX-S Head packs legendary tone into a diminutive 15-watt amp. A crossbreed between the LBXI and the LBXII, the seductively dark stealth LBX-S blends the Green “clean” channel with the Red “full burn” channel for a sonically diverse soundscape — from pristine cleans that soar to that sizzling modern Brit sound with high-gain attitude.
The EVH® 5150® Iconic® Series satisfies the needs of gigging and recording guitarists craving that powerful EVH tube tone, but at a more affordable price. Evolving from the revered EVH 5150III® amplifiers, the Iconic Series delivers the searing sound and growling gain that Eddie Van Halen made famous throughout his groundbreaking career.
The EVH D-Tuna is a unique patented device that enables players to drop the E to D and back, in an instant. D-Tuna has been standard equipment on Eddie Van Halen's personal guitars as well as signature series locking tremolo-equipped guitars since the early 90's. Since then thousands of D-Tuna's have been sold all over the world