Eddie Van Halen’s sadly gone, but this one-of-a-kind piece of rock ‘n’ roll history helps his legend live on … and it’s going up for grabs soon.
The iconic guitarist had the red, white and black Charvel guitar — related to his famed Frankenstrat, AKA “Frankenstein,” he played for decades — custom-built for Van Halen’s 2007-2008 North American Tour.
The tour’s known for reuniting original lead singer, David Lee Roth, with the band — along with the start of Eddie’s boy, Wolfgang, on the bass — and for being their most profitable tour ever.
We’re told this particular guitar was the only one personally crafted by EVH for the tour, making it truly unique, and was played by the rocker over the course of Van Halen’s concert at Seattle’s KeyArena on December 3, 2007.
After the show, Eddie signed and dated the body of the guitar with a thick silver marker, so a protective clear ……
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