NAMM 2011: EVH Wolfgang Stealth Guitar

January 15, 2011 by  

EVH Wolfgang Stealth GuitarThe Eddie Van Halen EVH Stealth and Wolfgang guitars, along with the 5150 III 50W amp, were unveiled this week at the 2011 NAMM (National Association Of Music Merchants) show, a massive music-products convention that runs through Sunday.

The EVH Wolfgang Stealth is a set-neck model that features a mahogany body and maple top (the bolt-on version is basswood with a maple top) which is almost 2-inches thick. The neck is reinforced with carbon reinforcement rods that extend all the way into the headstock. The bridge is a Graph Tech Tune-O-Matic bridge with Schaller fine tuners.

Take a walk through the EVH booth with Chris Cannell — considered to be Eddie Van Halen’s “right hand man” when it comes to EVH gear — in the YouTube clip below [Provided by The Tone King].

EVH Wolfgang Stealth Guitar Overview Video

EVH Wolfgang Stealth Guitar


2 Responses to “NAMM 2011: EVH Wolfgang Stealth Guitar”
  1. Ianoffogus says:

    You guys have a couple things confused. The Stealth is just like a regular Wolfgang only with a matte black finish and ebony fingerboard. The Wolfgang Classic is the “Les Paul” of the EVH line almost to the tee emulating the old Gibson design with the modern EVH appointments of better pickups, compound-radius and fine-tuners on the stop-tail.

  2. Chaz says:

    Thanks for the clarifications. Do you have a link with this (and more) information available?

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