Description

EVH Wolfgang USA Edward Van Halen Signature in Ivory

This EVH Wolfgang is a USA made beast, made for maximum shreddage, tappage, and rockage. The instrument was born out of Eddie’s thoughts and features many interesting designs; first and foremost being the body shape. The guitar has a basswood body, “Wolfgang” profile quartersawn maple neck with a 12″-16″ compound radius ebony fretboard. The neck humbucker is an EVH Wolfgang AL3 and the bridge has a standard EVH Wolfgang humbucker. If you have any questions, feel free to let us know!

Weight 8lbs 15oz

Specs:

Fingerboard Material
Ebony
Fingerboard Radius
12″-16″ Compound Radius (304.8 mm to 406.4 mm)
Headstock
EVH® Wolfgang®
Neck Construction
Bolt-On with Graphite Reinforcement
Neck Finish
Hand-Rubbed Satin Urethane
Neck Material
Quartersawn Maple
Neck Shape
Wolfgang® Backshape
Neck Thickness
.805″ at 3rd & .890″ at 12th Fret
Number of Frets
22
Nut Material
Floyd Rose® R2 Locking
Nut Width
1.650″ (42 mm)
Position Inlays
Pearloid Block
String Nut
Floyd Rose® R2 Locking
Truss Rod
EVH®-Branded with Wheel
Truss Rod Nut
Heel-Mount Truss Rod Adjustment Wheel
Body
Basswood
Body Back
Basswood
Body Binding
5-Ply
Body Finish
Gloss Urethane
Body Material
Basswood
Body Shape
Wolfgang®
Body Top
Big Leaf Maple
Bridge
EVH®-Branded Floyd Rose® Locking Tremolo with EVH® D-Tuna®
Control Knobs
Black Knurled with White Indicator
Hardware Finish
Chrome
Pickup Covers
Zebra
Strap Buttons
Screw-Eye Hook
String Trees
Floyd Rose® Retainer Bar
Strings
EVH® Nickel Plated Steel (.009-.042 Gauges)
Switch Tip
Black
Tremolo Arm
Floyd Rose® 1000 Series Locking
Tremolo Block
Brass
Tuning Machines
EVH®-Branded Gotoh®
Auxiliary Switching
Kill Switch
Bridge Pickup
Direct Mount EVH® Wolfgang® Humbucking
Controls
Volume (EVH® BI Tech HPU Low Friction Pot) with Treble Bleed Circuit, Tone (250K EVH® Bourns® High Friction Pot)
Neck Pickup
Direct Mount EVH® Wolfgang® AL3 Humbucking
Pickup Configuration
HH
Switching
EVH® Reverse-Style 3-Position Switching: Position 1: Neck Pickup, Position 2: Neck and Bridge, Position 3: Bridge