#059 of 300

WHITE & Black
TOUR: Van Halen Summer Tour 2004
Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB, Canada

DATE PLAYED: 10-25-04
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SETLIST.FM: October 25, 2004

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This guitar is one-of-a-kind work of art that was personally created by Eddie Van Halen! This guitar features black stripes over a white finish! The single EVH pickup is wired directly to a Volume control (with a Tone knob, an EVH signature) for no-frills operation. This particular model was played at Van Halen’s concert in Edmonton on October 25th, 2004. Signed by Eddie and including a Certificate of Authenticity signed by EVH and Charvel’s John Walker, this guitar is a must-have for any Van Halen collector! This instrument is in overall excellent condition.

Includes: Original Hardshell Case and Trem Arm, Certificate of Authenticity


  • Solidbody Electric Guitar
  • Basswood Body
  • Quartersawn Eastern Hard Rock Maple Neck
  • 12″-16″ Compound Radius Maple Fingerboard
  • 22 Jumbo Frets
  • Original Floyd Rose Tremolo with D-Tuna
  • Butt-Adjust Thumbwheel
  • Direct Mounted EVH Humbucker
  • EVH Tuners
  • 8 lbs, 7 oz.
  • .810″ Neck Profile at 1st Fret
  • .930” Neck Profile at 12th Fret
  • .790″ Neck Profile at 1st Fret
  • .930” Neck Profile at 12th Fret


  • WHITE with Black Stripes inspired by Ed’s 1978 “Eruption” Guitar Featured On Van Halen I
  • EVH signed “Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 10-25-04” along with “Eddie Van Halen, Van Halen ’04” autographed with blue marker.
  • “Charvel Made In USA and EVH 059” stamped on the Neck Plate
  • “Genuine EVH 00059” Hologram Sticker (attached on the back between the tremolo springs)

Case & Candy

  • Custom G&G Quality Case with EVH Logo Inside
  • Photograph of EVH Performing LIVE in Concert at Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta!!
  • Certificate of Authenticity Signed by Edward Van Halen and John Walker (Charvel Guitars)


If You Own, Have Owned, or Have Additional Information About This Guitar then I Would Love To Hear From You!!

Charvel EVH Art Series Tour Guitar #059 Edmonton, Alberta 2004