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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Eddie Van Halen "Crashes" NAMM & Presents NEW Guitar Model!

Yesterday (Wednesday, January 23), guitar legend Eddie Van Halen "crashed" NAMM during media preview day at the Anaheim Convention Center in California.

Here is a description of the Eddie Van Halen EVH Stripe Series:

- The guitar features a basswood Stratocaster-style body decked out in Van Halen's famed striped graphics, in red with black stripes, black with yellow stripes and white with black stripes.

- The guitar also has a graphite-reinforced maple neck with a hand-rubbed oil finish and thumbwheel truss rod adjustment, compound-radius maple fingerboard (12"-16") with 22 jumbo frets and black dot inlays, and a single ferocious direct-mount Wolfgang humbucking pickup.

- Other premium features include a single white volume control knob (labeled "tone"), single-ply black pickguard (white with black stripes model only), bar string retainer and Floyd Rose locking nut, EVH-branded Floyd Rose locking tremolo with EVH D-Tuna, EVH die-cast tuners, chrome hardware, vintage-style strap buttons and EVH neck plate."

- The guitar is available in three finishes: red with black stripes, black with yellow stripes and white with black stripes, all for $1,199.98.

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