The guitar, which is handmade in Japan, is modeled after the EVH Wolfgang guitar designed by Eddie Van Halen and made in the U.S.A.

Scottsdale, AZ (June 19, 2010) -- EVH is proud to introduce the new EVH Wolfgang Special guitar based on the EVH Wolfgang guitar designed by Eddie Van Halen.



The Wolfgang Special is a pro-level signature guitar, handmade in Japan, featuring many of the same exclusive custom appointments as its U.S.-made counterpart for less than half the price.

Some of these unique features include a basswood body with maple veneer flat top and single ply body binding, and a quartersawn maple neck complete with an AA birdseye maple compound radius fretboard, and 22 vintage-style stainless steel frets.

Additional features it shares with its U.S.-made counterpart include custom-designed EVH Wolfgang humbucking pickups, an EVH branded Floyd Rose locking tremolo system with D-Tuna, a 3-position toggle switch, two Bourns low-friction controls (1 x 250k, 1 x 500k), EVH tuning machines, and a custom SKB molded striped case. Available in Vintage White, Tobacco Burst, and Black polyurethane finishes.

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Source: Press Release

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