It's fair to say almost nobody else has inspired more guitar players to take to an axe than Eddie Van Halen. His endless melodic solos, mind-blowing speed and immaculate technique stunned audiences back in the '80s.

Besides Eddie's obvious love for music, he also revolutionized how company's go about building shred guitars - if it wasn't for Eddies extreme whammy bar abuse we probably wouldn't have the Floyd Rose locking systems today!

It goes without saying that Eddie knows guitars inside and out. What works and what doesn't. All of this knowledge and all of those guitar miles really translate into the EVH brand of guitars and amps.


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Something For Everyone!

Whether you're an aspiring pro player on the hunt for a great performer's guitar, a session player seeking a studio-ready amp head and cabinet combo, or a collector looking to add a premium-quality replica of a rock and roll legend, EVH has got you covered.

Each and every instrument and amplifier, at every price point, has been designed and created to specifications laid by the legendary Eddie Van Halen himself.

If they're good enough for Eddie, then they're certainly good enough for the rest of us!


  • what speakers are in EVH 2x12 cabinets?

    The renowned sound of EVH cabinets is provided by a pair of 12” Celestion EVH G12H 30W Anniversary Series speakers.
  • Does fender own EVH?

    EVH is a part of the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC). FMIC also includes brands such as Fender, Squier, Gretsch, Jackson, and Charvel amongst others.
  • Who makes the EVH wolfgang guitar

    The EVH Wolfgang is currently produced by the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, which also owns Fender, Squier, Gretsch, Jackson, and Charvel as well as EVH.
  • Are EVH guitars any good?

    EVH Guitars are crafted to a high-quality and are consistently high-performing products. Try one out in-store to see if it feels right for you!
  • Where are EVH striped series guitars made?

    EVH Striped Series guitars are produced in Mexico at Fender's factory in Ensenada.